The Brain: The Most Important Part Of The Human Body

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The brain is one of the most important part of our body , and it is one of the human body’s vital organs that are innate for survival, responsible for receiving and sending signals throughout our nervous system, also it is responsible for what we feel, what we hear, and how we perceive. In other words, it is the body’s control center. However, when our brain is not functioning properly, there’s nothing we can do even the smallest or simplest tasks or worse the body will be paralyze. Our brain can transmit signals to and from different parts of the body through our spinal cord but , when the spinal cord won’t be able to do its responsibility or function properly, there’s no way of transmitting signals or information sent by our brain and received by our body therefore the function of the body depends on it.…show more content…
One of the diseases is Meningococcal Meningitis or commonly known as Meningitis. Meningitis exists not only in modern era or modern generation rather, but also in ancient time that was written in their ancient texts, Hippocrates discussed or described meningitis in his works and his books, the next one who described meningitis is Sir Robert Whytt, (an Edinburgh Physician) to his report that is published in the year of 1768. It is the swelling of the lining of the brain or the spinal cord. It cause normally due to

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