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how does the nervous system work with the muscular system

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The nervous system is the body’s control center which is made up of our brain, spinal cord, and nerves. This system carries various chemical signals to and from the brain and body which results in the control of movements, thoughts, physiological processes, and other responses. The nervous system works closely with the muscular system as the nerves carry chemical messages to activate muscle tissues, thus creating an action such as heartbeat, locomotion, and digestion.

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