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'The nervous system is a complex network of autonomic, motor and sensory nerves, which are involved in everything your body does.
From regulating your breathing to controlling your movements, from digestion to regulating temperature, the nervous system plays a role in many important functions of the body.
Problems with your nervous system can occur due to poor blood circulation, trauma or compression of the nerves, nerve dysfunction, side effects of drugs or toxic substances, and nutritional deficiencies of vitamins B6 and B12 as well as magnesium.'
Furthermore, chronic stress increases the sympathetic nervous system activity and affects the autonomic nervous system.'