An impressive control instrument
Coming from the entire spinal cord, the sympathetic nerves move via switching stations, the ganglia of the borderline, to the internal organs as well as to the skin. The parasympathetic neurons originate from the brainstem as well as the lower part of the spinal cord. They also pass ganglia as switching stations before they reach, for example, pupils, tears and salivary glands, heart, large intestine and urinary bladder.
The autonomic nervous system is an impressive control instrument for an independent life. That's why we make every effort to make your autonomic nervous system (ANS) work independently or be well supported.