Posted December 14, 2010 @ 3:16pm | by Kori Mortenson

We've become a disposable society.  We're lucky if our television lasts 10 years.  Computers?  Two or three years!

Unlike mechanical devices, some say our bodies are designed to last 120 years or longer.  To achieve this feat, our bodies are designed to survive.  In fact, many everyday symptoms are merely survival strategies.

Runny nose? Survival strategy.  Extra mucus production enhances immune system function.

Diarrhea?  Survival strategy.  Remove toxic food as quickly as possible.

Vomiting?  Survival strategy.  Remove toxic food even more quickly!

Pain?  Survival strategy.  This system tells us to make a change.

When you consider how many survival strategies our bodies use, you understand why the nerve system is so important - it orchestrates the whole show!

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