Included in this month’s issue…
What Is That Weird Thing?
Your internal organs are connected to your brain through nerves in your spine. On the top is the brain, under it is a stack of bones called the spinal column and between the bones emit lots of nerves. At the end of the nerves are lots of organs.
So what does it do? The brain sends information to the organs and the organs send information to the brain. These nerve messages go back and forth through a vast communications cable made up of hundreds of millions of nerves: your spinal cord. All these messages keep you alive, help you function in response to day-to-day stress and permit you to grow, love, heal and enjoy life.
For Your Health,
Dr. Scott Van Dam