Which part of the brain controls coordination and balance? - ProProfs
     

Which part of the brain controls coordination and balance?





A. Cerebrum
B. Cerebellum
C. Medulla oblongata

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H. Jones

H. Jones

Answered on Jul 11, 2018

The answer to this question is B. Cerebellum. This is in charge of getting all of the signals from various parts of the body and processing them so that the rest of the body will move. The cerebrum is in charge of the thoughts that you may have. Whenever you are thinking about something, this means that you are using your cerebrum.

When you move, it is your cerebellum that is making this possible. The Medulla Oblongata is in charge of helping you breathe regularly. It can also provide the involuntary movements that you do not realize that you are making. You do not have to make the conscious effort to breathe, right?

E. Stanley

E. Stanley

Answered on Jun 27, 2018

The cerebellum is in charge of acquiring data from the various sensory sytems of the body.Once it receives all of the information that it needs, the body will start to move accodingly. It may seem like it takes a long time when it is being explained in this manner but all of the processes happen in a short amount of time.

It is through the cerebellum that the various movements of the body becomes possible. For example, the voluntary movements are all controlled by the cerebellum. Every time that you talk, every time that you move, it is the cerebellum that is controlling everything in your power appropriately.

Wyatt Williams

Wyatt Williams

Answered on Dec 01, 2017

Cerebellum

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