Human Electric Energy
Nerve impulses are electrical energy signals; and, they creates energy-fields around the body and electro-magnetic energy waves that can travel away from the body.
Nerve Impulses - Electricity in the Body
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Human electricity energy is generated by chemical processes in nerve cells. Billions of nerve impulses travel throughout the human brain and nervous system. A nerve impulse is a wave of electrical activity that passes from one end of nerve cell to another. Each impulse is the same size it; it is the frequency, impulses per second, that carries information about the intensity of the nerve signal.
Neurons are the basic unit of the nervous system. Neurons are responsible for sending, receiving, and interpreting information from all parts of the body.
A neuron consists of two major parts; the Cell Body and Nerve Processes. Nerve processes are "finger-like" projections from the cell body that are able to conduct and transmit signals; There are two types:
Axons - typically carry signals away from the cell body. They are long nerve processes that may branch out to convey signals to various areas. Axons end at junctions known as synapses.
Dendrites - typically carry signals toward the cell body. Dendrites are usually more numerous, shorter and more branched than axons. They have many synapses in order to receive signal messages from nearby neurons.
Axons and dendrites are bundled together into what are called nerves. These nerves send signals between the brain, spinal cord, and other body organs via nerve impulses.
Neurons are classified as follows:
Motor neurons carry information from the central nervous system to organs, glands, and muscles.
Sensory neurons send information to the central nervous system from internal organs or from external stimuli.
Interneurons relay signals between motor and sensory neurons.
Info from: http://biology.about.com
Nervous System - Human Electrical System
The nervous system is a network of cells called neurons which transmit information in the form of electrical signals. In the brain alone there are around 100 billion and there is a similar amount in the nervous system tissues throughout the rest of the body.
- Nerves for relaying information to and from the senses.
- Nerves for controlling the internal functions of the body.
- Nerves for muscle movement.
- Nerves for thinking.
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the Science Museum website.
Central nervous system (CNS)
The CNS is the brain and spinal cord. The CNS receives sensory information from the nervous system and controls the body's responses
Peripheral Nervous System (PNS)
The PNS is all of the nerves outside of the brain and spinal cord that carry messages to the CNS. The peripheral nervous system is divided into the following sections:
- Sensory Nervous System - sends information to the CNS from internal organs or from external stimuli.
- Motor Nervous System - carries information from the CNS to organs, muscles, and glands.
- Somatic Nervous System - controls skeletal muscle as well as external sensory organs.
- Autonomic Nervous System - controls involuntary muscles, such as smooth and cardiac muscle.
- Sympathetic - controls activities that increase energy expenditures.
- Parasympathetic - controls activities that conserve energy expenditures.
Human Magnetism - Electro-magnetic Field
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As electricity passes through a metal wire it causes an energy field or magnetic field. In a similar way, human electricity in the brain and nervous system creates human magnetic fields. There are billions of nerve impulses in the body and these are constantly creating complex human magnetic fields.
The human heart is a source of electro-magnetism that, even at a few meters away, is detectable by modern scientific instruments.
Magnetic Induction- Energy Transfer
The image on the right shows an input electric current producing a magnetic field around one wire; this field passes through another wire and creates an output electric current. In physical science, this is called magnetic induction.
Similarly, to magnetic induction in metal wires, the human electromagnetic field can be felt, or can influence, other people who are standing by. From your experience, do some people create a feeling within you when you are close by?
- When close to some people, you may feel as if your body and mind becomes more energised, more hopeful and optimistic.
- When close to other people, you may feel as if your energy drains away, a depressing or lazy feeling.
Electricity Waves - Energy Travel over a Long Distance
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Electric force can transform into different types of energy waves, such as heat, radiation, radio and micro waves; and these energy waves can travel a long distance.
A changing magnetic field will induce a changing electric field and vice-versa, the two are linked. These changing fields form electromagnetic waves. Electromagnetic waves can travel not only through air and solid materials, but also through space.
The human nervous system can create electric energy waves that can be measured with scientific instruments. The human body produces infra-red radiation that, with night vision equipment, can be seen from miles away.
This page is part of our human nerve force energy + proper breathing lesson, because there is a special metaphysical nerve force energy in the human nervous system and brain which has properties similar to electricity.