The key is learning different methods for controlling your nervous system through breath.
DDT, PCBs, and others have been shown to cause cancer, nervous system damage, and hormonal changes, according to Rochman.
The internet has provided the nervous system for globalization.
By lifting weights, our bones and muscles get stronger, our nervous system stays active, and our internal organs stay healthy.
And, as with The Exorcist, the technical contributions are crucial to the film's manipulation of your nervous system.
His muscles, his bones and his nervous system ceased to coordinate.
The meeting was so unexpected that Frank's nervous system was quite upset.
The "Spectator" appears to be the only paper with a nervous system, in England—that of a carnassier at present!
I want to study up the nervous system, and learn all about it.
There was supposed to be a kind of radiation or infection passing from one nervous system to another.
nervous system n.
The system of cells, tissues, and organs that regulates the body's responses to internal and external stimuli. In vertebrates it consists of the brain, spinal cord, nerves, ganglia, and parts of the receptor and effector organs.
The system of neurons and tissues that regulates the actions and responses of vertebrates and many invertebrates. The nervous system of vertebrates is a complex information-processing system that consists mainly of the brain, spinal cord, and peripheral and autonomic nerves. It receives chemical information from hormones in the circulating blood and can also regulate secretions of the endocrine system by the action of neurohormones. The nervous systems of invertebrates vary from a simple network of nerves to a complex nerve network under the control of a primitive brain. See also autonomic nervous system, central nervous system, peripheral nervous system.