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Autonomic Nervous System: Crash Course A&P #131. Your autonomic nervous system is the branch of your peripheral nervous system that regulates thefunctions of yourInternal Organs, controls your smooth and cardiac muscles, and your glands.Its effectson these things are in no wayConsistent.2. Your autonomic nervous system is run by2competing sides.3. TheSympatheticdivision of your autonomic nervous system sounds your internal alarm bells while theParasympatheticdivision calms your down and conserves your energy.4. The nerves of the sympathetic nervous system are “Thoracolumbar”, meaning they originate frombetween your thoracic and lumbar vertebrae.5. The nerves of the parasympathetic nervous system are “Craniosacral”, meaning they originate fromthe base of your brain and just above your tailbone.
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