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Brain/Body Communication

"The vagus nerve innervates the heart, gut, and lungs directly, bypassing the spinal cord to snake straight up through the middle of you. Eighty to ninety percent of vagal nerve fibers are afferent - meaning they send signals to the brain rather than receiving signals from the brain. We tend to think of the brain as a top-down command center, but this is about as outdated as thinking the world is flat. The brain in our head receives vastly more 'bottom-up' input from your visceral organs than the reverse. In fact, in many instances it makes more sense to say the body leads the brain." - Amanda Blake, Your Body is Your Brain Tell me if this rings a bell - you're trying to talk with someone bu

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