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Boogums, Snorklewackers, and Tigers

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Abstract

All we are, all we think, feel, smell, taste, see, every move we make, and the fact that we move at all—the very existence of our bodies—depend on the nervous system. It is our body’s control tower, and is responsible for the workings of the entire mechanism. It is who we are. Without it we might all be petunias. Without our highly developed brain, we might all be monkeys. Since we expect a lot from this system, we might assume that it is fairly complicated. It is.

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Anxiety Symptom Autonomic Nervous System Danger Signal Electrical Impulse Adjustment Disorder 
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© Thomas L. Leaman 1992

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