What are neurons that carry nerve impulses toward the central nervous system called?

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Neurons that carries nerve impluses towards the central nervous system are simply called "Neurons" The neurons has two types, the Sensory Neurons and the Motor Neurons


The two types of neurons both carry and receive different nerve impluses to the Nervous System. The Sensory neurons are the ones that carries and converts physical stimuli such as light, texture, taste and sound into neural signals, Basically, these neurons are responsible for your senses. While the Motor neurons are the ones that carries and converts neural signals into activation of muscles or glands. These are responsible for both voluntary and involuntary movements. Voluntary like running, walking and typing, Involuntary like the pumping of your heart, digestion and more.