The Master Control System

By April 23, 2018 January 28th, 2020 No Comments

The central nerve system is made up by the brain and spinal cord. The brain and spinal cord are then connected to every cell, tissue and organ via our spinal nerve system. The spinal nerve system is composed of three types of nerves.

Sensory nerves: These nerves communicate to our brain about what is happening in our internal and external environment. Information gets IN our brain through these nerves. Our brain then processes this information about the environment (like a computer) and then tells the body how to adapt to it. This occurs as some form of response over the Motor & Autonomic Nerves.

Motor nerves: These nerves transmit the information that controls and coordinate our muscles allowing the body to respond. Information gets OUT of the brain through these nerves.

Autonomic nerves: These nerves control and coordinate our organs, blood vessels and glands. These nerves are like the motor nerves, information gets OUT of the brain through these nerves.

What do you think would happen to your health if any part of your nerve system were to be interfered with? If you interfere with sensory nerves, how will your brain be able to know what to do if it can’t monitor the body’s internal and external environment? If you interfere with the motor nerves, how will the body be able to respond appropriately? If you interfere with the autonomic nerves, how will the brain be able to effectively coordinate the function of all the organs? Nerve interference from spinal subluxations is a lot more serious than just back pain!