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All muscles are controlled by nerves? :confused:
muscles we can feel, like the reflex thing are controlled by nerves. but the muscles in the intestines?
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muscles we can feel, like the reflex thing are controlled by nerves. but the muscles in the intestines?
Part of the ANS? As timeofyourlife or what his/her name is which is in the brain? :/ Just as heartbeats and breathing
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Well they should be controlled by nerves (or as I call it red bonemarrow ) in the spine still :/
the diaphragm is controlled by a nerve called the phrenic nerve which is formed from spinal roots of the C3, 4 and 5 vertebrae. A lot of actions of the autonomic nervous system are controlled by cranial nerves such as the vagus. these nerves originate directly from the brain, not the spine - so some nerves do by-pass the spinal cord.
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the diaphragm is controlled by a nerve called the phrenic nerve which is formed from spinal roots of the C3, 4 and 5 vertebrae. A lot of actions of the autonomic nervous system are controlled by cranial nerves such as the vagus. these nerves originate directly from the brain, not the spine - so some nerves do by-pass the spinal cord.
Managed to say brain before you did yey
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Part of the ANS? As timeofyourlife or what his/her name is which is in the brain? :/ Just as heartbeats and breathing
va?

and timeofyourlife is a he.
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(Original post by _EMMA_)
muscles we can feel, like the reflex thing are controlled by nerves. but the muscles in the intestines?
muscles in the intestine are regulated by nerves of the parasympathetic and sympathetic nervous systems, such as the vagus nerve.

the intestines also have their own nervous system, the enteric nervous system, which controls things like secretions and motility and is located in the walls of intestinal tubes.
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va?

and timeofyourlife is a he.
Svensk? :P
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I do something that sounds like this. If I'm thinking really hard about something I breathe very lightly i.e. not taking much air in so it looks to people like I'm not breathing at all. Eventually I kinda snap out of this and have to breathe deeply for ages to get back to normal.
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Yeah. So you admit that breathing isn't instinctive? :p:
not at all, it's just that the 'instinct' can be overrided
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not at all, it's just that the 'instinct' can be overrided
It disappears, more like
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Part of the ANS? As timeofyourlife or what his/her name is which is in the brain? :/ Just as heartbeats and breathing
Care to run that by us again with some sort of clarity?
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I do something that sounds like this. If I'm thinking really hard about something I breathe very lightly i.e. not taking much air in so it looks to people like I'm not breathing at all. Eventually I kinda snap out of this and have to breathe deeply for ages to get back to normal.
I do that too =/ That's kinda weird, you try and see if you can actually do it without your chest moving right?
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Svensk? :P
yes,i have told you that once before.
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It disappears, more like
Well what do you want, blood?! Stop thinking about it and gear your mind towards happy thoughts not involving breathing!
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Well what do you want, blood?! Stop thinking about it and gear your mind towards happy thoughts not involving breathing!
Blood sounds good
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Care to run that by us again with some sort of clarity?
Sorry seemed to miss out on a mentioned somewhere.
If you coulnd't get that ok, but otherwise you're starting to make me uncomfortable, not fair really you're older, obviously got the language better and are a med student
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yes,i have told you that once before.
Va!?
In this thread?
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Sorry seemed to miss out on a mentioned somewhere.
If you coulnd't get that ok, but otherwise you're starting to make me uncomfortable, not fair really you're older, obviously got the language better and are a med student
your language is fine, you just have to explain what you mean more. and don't write just words
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Va!?
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no i sent you a pm
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your language is fine, you just have to explain what you mean more. and don't write just words
Shh, as long as I can blame it on the language I will be able to do things worse than others! :mad:
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