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Why is a spinal cord so important?

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please collaborators i have a question about: why is a spinal cord so important?,please quickly, thanks
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The spinal chord is essentially the bridge between the brain and the body. It allows your body to function, voluntary or not. You would be completely paralyzed without a it, though you could actually live, but it would be no ideal way to live, and you probably wouldn't live long.

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The spinal cord is the core of the central nervous system. It is the main messenger of the brain, sending messages to other parts of your body. Without your spine you would not move or function either physically and possibly not mentally.

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all nerves in the body feed into the spinal cord. The spinal cord feeds into the brain. Nerves send impulses back and forth from the brain to the body and control things such as sense of feel, heat, pain, muscle response, etc.

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The spinal cord carries electrical messages from the brain to every bodily function, instructing it of it's living motions and functions. If the spinal cord is broken at a point, this would cause paralysis.

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Spinal cord offers a communications bridge between the brain and the body. The spinal cord is also responsible for the important and sometimes life saving reflex actions.

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The spinal cord is important because it carries nerve impulses from your brain to your body and limbs. Without it you would not be able to move or function or live.

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