The significance of the nervous system
The nervous system is the first system to develop in a fetus during its development.
During the 3rd week of pregnancy, the embryo is an undifferentiated bunch of cells, that is when the nervous system forms itself.
All the other organs will develop under the direction of this vital organ.
The nervous system is made of the brain, the mid-brain, the cerebellum, the brain stem, the spinal cord and the peripheral nerves.
- The nervous system goes everywhere in the human body
- It controls all the organs
- It controls all your movements, what you think, the internal function of your organs, your sensations, your perception of the external world…
The nervous system is the most fragile system of your body, but it is also the most important.
Take good care of it !