Every organ in the body is made up of tissues. In biology, tissues are cellular organization levels between the cells and complete organs. A tissue is an assembly of similar cells and extracellular matrixes from the same origin which carry out a specific function. Organs are formed by the functional grouping of the multiple tissues.
There are 3 types of neurons
Afferent neurons are sensory neurons that transmit sensory signals to the central nervous system from receptors in the body.
Efferent neurons are motor neurons that transmit signals from the central nervous system to effectors in the body like muscles and glands.
Interneurons are complex networks within the central nervous system that integrate the information received from afferent neurons and send the function of the body through efferent neurons.
The Central Nervous System
There are estimated to be about 300 billion neurons of the brain which form the main control center of the body. The brain and spinal cord together form the Central Nervous System which is where information is processed, and responses originate. The spinal cord is a long and thin mass of bundle neurons which carry information through the vertebral cavity of the spine and then separates onto a bundle of individual nerves that continue to the sacrum and coccyx. There is white matter in the spina cord that functions as the main conduit of nerve signals to the body from the brain, and grey matter which integrates reflexes and stimuli.
Nerves are made of axons which are wrapped in connective tissues. There are nerves such as the Afferent and Efferent which carry information only one way. Mixed nerves carry information 2 ways. Cranial nerves are 12 pairs of nerves which provide a direct connection to the brain for special sense organs like the muscles of the head, neck, shoulders, heart and the GI tract. Spinal nerves are 31 pairs of nerves which are mixed nerves and they carry both sensory and motor signals between the spinal cord and specific regions of the body.
Connecting research with NLS Biofeedback
NLS Biofeedback systems and technology use this research to conduct full body scans with accurate information which the body already houses. What biofeedback systems do is non-invasive and follows procedures of research because the body is not harmed, changed of affected by the readings done with NLS biofeedback machines. Information is simple picked up and read to be understood and broken down to identify root causes of illness or pick up cellular level deterioration. Therapy done with NLS biofeedback systems takes time and is very gentle as to remind the body of the healthy state it should be in rather than changing its condition abruptly. Results of Biofeedback therapy tend to last longer because of the approach. Oberon Biofeedback utilizes the research and natural activity of the bodies nervous system to conduct the most accurate scans and reading of the bodies biological and cellular state.