WHAT ARE THE PERIPHERAL NERVOUS SYSTEM AND BEHAVIOUR?

ACCREDITED SENIOR PSYCHOTHERAPIST,COUNSELLOR, CBT THERAPIST AND COMEDY WRITER -Dr.Fawzy Masaoud-LONDON, ENGLAND

In the two previous articles [ NEUROLOGICAL BASIS OF BEHAVIOUR ] and [ THE CENTRAL NERVOUS SYSTEM AND BEHAVIOUR , I showed simple information about them.

In this article I complete simple information about NEUROLOGICAL BASIS ,then I will complete more in another article because I don’t want to make the article so long and appreciate the time of the readers.

THE PERIPHERAL NERVOUS SYSTEM (PNS)

The PNS consists of nerves in the head (cranial nerves),
nerves from the spine (spinal nerves), a self-governing nervous system that
deals with reflexes (the autonomic nervous system), and a system of glands that
produce hormones in response to stimuli (the endocrine system). The PNS
contains all the nerves outside the CNS and is therefore crucial in receiving
sensory and other stimuli and transmitting messages to different parts of the
body.

Neurons

A neuron is a nerve cell capable of receiving and

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