Somatic nerves are located in the spinal cord and are used to sense movement and respond to cues.
In addition, they play a role in the production of the neurotransmitters dopamine, serotonin, and norepinephrine.
The spinal cord is connected to the brain by two nerves, which are called trigeminal and caudal.
The trigeminals connect to the optic nerve.
The caudals connect to some parts of the brain, such as the amygdala.
The brain is divided into the left and right hemispheres.
The left and the right hemisphere are associated with perception, memory, language, and emotion.
The somatic nerves travel throughout the body.
The cerebrospinal fluid (CSF) is also part of the nervous system and regulates movement and balance.
There are a few regions that connect to this nervous system.
The insula is located in front of the left ear and is involved in motor coordination.
The amygdala is involved with the visual and auditory cortex.
The right ventricle is involved both with sensory perception and the processing of sensory stimuli.
The hypothalamus is involved as a thermostat, controlling the body temperature.
The thalamus is located at the top of the head.
It’s responsible for movement.
The skin that covers the head, neck, and back of the body is called the ipsilateral parietal lobe.
The ipsilon is involved when we are in the process of perception.
It helps us to form our impressions about the world.
In other words, it helps us distinguish between two or more objects, such that we can make an educated decision.
This region of the cerebral cortex is also involved in the regulation of emotions.
It regulates emotions and emotions-related behaviors.
The cerebellum is located just below the neck.
This brain region controls movement in the limbic system.
It is responsible for emotional reactions and reactions to pain.
It also plays a role with language.
The parietal lobes also play a major role in cognitive functions, which include learning, memory and spatial skills.
The right cerebellar lobes are located above the head and contain the cerebellums and the basal ganglia.
The basal ganglion is involved during motor coordination, while the striatum is involved more in the emotional processing.
The striatum has two types: the basal and the striatal.
The primary reward center of the basal is the anterior cingulate cortex.
The striatum also contains the orbitofrontal cortex.
It receives information from the basal, the striata, and the ventral tegmental area.
It then integrates it with the dorsolateral prefrontal cortex.
This is where the decision is made.
The orbitofeminotelimbic system is involved and it controls movement.
There are four main parts of this area: the orbito-occipital, the medial, the inferior, and superior temporal lobes.
The inferior and superior parts are involved in cognitive processes, while other parts of these areas are involved for emotional and attention-related functions.
The left temporal lobe is involved mainly in the decision-making process.
The superior temporal lobe also controls movement and is linked to other brain areas, such in the prefrontal cortex, which is involved for learning.
The ventral striatum connects the orbit of the temporal lobules with the parietal cortex.
These four lobes and the cerebrum also connect to each other.
The cerebral cortex and cerebrums have a lot of similarities.
For example, in the cerebrosternal system, the cerebrosa and cerebellas connect to connect the cerebral artery.
The ventral lobe of the cerebrain is the part of brain that contains the hippocampus.
The hippocampus is a part of our hippocampus and helps us remember things we learned in school.
It has also been shown to store memories.
The hippocampus is connected with the right ventral and parietal regions.
It contains the thalamic, anterior cedulate, and inferior parietal areas.
The anterior cilium is linked with the hippocampus and is responsible, for example, for the ability to recall things.
The posterior cilum is linked the medial temporal lobe and is important for the recognition of emotional and sensory stimuli, which also helps us with our memory.
The dorsolabial hypothalamus also plays an important role in emotional memory.
The thalamotriosomes are a group of specialized cells located in different parts of our body.
They help the brain process sensory information.
They are connected to various brain areas and are involved with processing emotions.
The hypothalamus and amygdala play a critical role in memory.
They encode the emotional and physiological responses we receive from our surroundings.
They also act as a relay system, sending messages to other parts in the body and to the parts that process our emotions.
These are just a few of the functions that the body performs during sleep. In