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What happens if all functions of the human body is controlled only by the brain? (AS2)
Our body functions are mostly controlled by brain except for reflex actions and involuntary actions, if reflex actions are also controlled by the brain, it will take more time to complete the action and will cause danger to our body. We won't be able to escape from sudden accidents. A number of involuntary actions take place in our body. If all these functions are shifted to the brain, it will feel the burden and its performance will be decreased.
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