How our skin sends us messages to protect us

Our skin passes information to us all the time. It monitors touch, pain, temperature and other factors that tell our brains how our bodies are being affected by the environment. If we did not have this flow of information, we would continue to injure ourselves. The senses in our skin are measured by tiny receptors at the ends of nerves. Tell Me When? Chancellor Press

Our skin passes information to us all the time. It monitors touch, pain, temperature and other factors that tell our brains how our bodies are being affected by the environment. If we did not have this flow of information, we would continue to injure ourselves. The senses in our skin are measured by tiny receptors at the ends of nerves. Tell Me When? Chancellor Press

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