Getting to know your body is life changing!
Central nervous system and Peripheral System
The peripheral system monitors conditions inside the body and out and sends information to the CNS. The two major parts of the Peripheral nervous system is the somatic nervous system and the autonomic nervous system.
The brain is the area of the brain that attaches to the spinal cord and where information is sent back and forth between the cerebrum or cerebellum and the body.
The cerebellum is a rounded structure located behind the brain stem where it links with the nerve tracts. It's the maintenance of posture, balance, and movement.
The Dincephalon give rise to the posterior forebrain structures: thalamus, hypothalamus, and epidalamus.
The cerebral Hemispheres
Stroke is caused by a blocked blood vessel or bleeding in the brain. The signs of a stroke are severe headaches, weakness, numbness, vision problems, confusion, trouble walking, dizziness, and slurred speech. Some symptoms include sudden weakness, lack of balance, numbness, etc. To treat it, you can take aspirin or another type of medicine.