Why is the nervous system important?

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Mar 1, 2016

Answer:

The nervous system is the "Communications Network" of the body. Without it, an organism would die quickly.

Explanation:

Besides the "senses" that we need to perceive the world around us, internally the nervous system is what keeps all of our vital functions operating. The signals between the muscles and organs of the body and the brain are what keep us alive.