The Importance Of The Human Body

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The heart is the most important organ in our body. Some people think this is true, but there not a hundred percent wrong because we do need the heart to live. On the contrary the part most important to the human body is the brain, to our body besides other important parts like the heart, lungs, and other organs. It’s used for more than one role like the other type of organs. On the contrary the brain helps with hearing, seeing, learning, feeling, and etc. We would be lost without the brain and dead of course, without all the effort the brain does the human body wouldn’t be completed. The brain is not just as simple as it looks, like a big piece of a strange looking ball form but there’s more to it. The brain is set up of four portions the…show more content…
The brain isn’t so simple and neither its shape it’s very complex. The brain is delicate, squishy-like mass of tissue, protected by the skeletal skull and cushioned by coatings of membranes and liquid called cerebrospinal fluid (Inside your brain). Without this vital organ in our body everything be pandemonium and lifeless. The brain is the control system to the body; it keeps the body in tip top shape. It controls your blood circulation, breathing, and body temperature; it allows you to feel, taste, smell, hear, and see; controls your body movements, learning, speech, and memory; lastly it’s the foundation of emotions, personality, and behavior (Inside your…show more content…
The parietal lobe is in charge of the senses, such as touch and pain; information processing; spatial orientation; and language too (HOPP). The parietal lobe also functions with the writing, reading, and using numbers like in math (Inside your brain). This lobe maps or combines items visually into the body coordination movements, so as to avoid running into objects like a wall. All this information was not easily found or learned quickly, but was later found because of lesions on the lobes. As stated in Chapter 9: Parietal lobe nonconvulsive status epilepticus, “For example in 1924, Josef Gerstmann described an unusual pattern of clinical dysfunction that initiated a new understanding and appreciation of parietal function and impairment”. It led to the discovery of the parietal lobe and what its functions

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