What part of your brain controls your heart?

Answers (1)

Anonymous

1 Jun 2011

The brain stem; medulla oblongatta controls your heart.

Votes: +0

Search for questions

Still looking for answers? Try searching for what you seek or ask your own question.

Similar questions

Dysautonomia - Can someone enlighten me about blood volume?

Can someone enlighten me about blood volume- how it plays a part in autonomic and orthostatic dysfunction, as well as the heart and brain? (I would ...

1 answer 3 Apr 2010

Howcan I get help with the purchase of Aciphex It is veru expensive reduced or free?

I am on a fixed income (SS disablilty) Aciphex is the ONLY acid reflux medicine that controls my heartburn I have checked my self in to the hospital ...

1 answer 17 Jul 2010

Could Flomax cause eyes to not dilate and inability to sleep or remain asleep?

My brother has brain damage due to a lack of oxygen to the brain following a heart attack. He has been given Flomax. Apparently, his bladder was not ...

1 answer 24 Sep 2010

What part of the brain does Wellbutrin work on?

The response to the drug is relief from fatigue and easing of joint pain.

1 answer 17 May 2013

Coumadin and "brain fog"?

I have been on Coumadin for the past 17 years due to Factor V Leiden. The past couple of years I have noticed a definite increase in my fatigue ...

2 answers 27 Nov 2013