Rapid Communication - International Journal of Respiratory Medicine (2022) Volume 7, Issue 4
Effect of nerve damage in breathing problems.
Your phrenic nerve plays a basic part in your respiratory framework to help breathing. It’s the as it were nerve in your apprehensive framework that gives engine work to your stomach. It sends signals that cause your stomach to extend and contract. These developments permit your lungs to breathe in and breathe out air. You regularly breathe without considering approximately it, but your brain is carefully planning this movement. Your brain sends signals down your spinal line to the phrenic nerves which begin at the 3rd, 4th, and 5th cervical spinal levels to contract the stomach.Author(s): Yiqi Bai