How is the central nervous system protected from injury?

1 Answer
May 1, 2018

Answer:

By the skull and the vertebrae

Explanation:

The Central nervous system consists of the Brain and the spinal cord. The central nervous system is integral to the functioning of the human body. The skull protects the brain from any direct damage and the vertebrae helps keep the nerves in the spine in place and protected from damage.

To conclude, the Central nervous system is protected by the vertebrae and the skull.