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The Senses Hearing external/middle ear

The senses – Sound, noise, hearing all can be traced back to the ear in which a mechanoreceptor turns sound waves into electrical impulse that in turn are sent to the brain to be perceived. The mechanoreceptors of the ear … Continue reading

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The Senses sight

The senses – eyesight broken down in its most basic of forms through the spectrum of light. Using a prism you can shine light which breaks down to the basic elements of color. Those colors are sensed by the rod … Continue reading

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The Senses

The Senses – There are five of them, eyes, ears, nose, taste buds, sensory receptors. I’m reminded of the three monkeys sitting on the bench I see nothing, I hear nothing and I say nothing with each hand over the … Continue reading

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Effects of massage on the Nervous system

Massage and the nervous system, since the nervous system is the bodies main source of control and sensation it would stand to reason that massage would greatly affect the function or dysfunction. Breaking down the nervous system is consist of … Continue reading

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