What are some human reflexes?
- Biceps reflex (C5, C6)
- Brachioradialis reflex (C5, C6, C7)
- Extensor digitorum reflex (C6, C7)
- Triceps reflex (C6, C7, C8)
- Patellar reflex or knee-jerk reflex (L2, L3, L4)
- Ankle jerk reflex (Achilles reflex) (S1, S2)
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In this regard, what are some examples of reflexes?
A few examples of reflex action are:
- When light acts as a stimulus, the pupil of the eye changes in size.
- Sudden jerky withdrawal of hand or leg when pricked by a pin.
- Coughing or sneezing, because of irritants in the nasal passages.
- Knees jerk in response to a blow or someone stamping the leg.
One may also ask, how are reflexes useful to humans? Reflexes protect your body from things that can harm it. For example, if you put your hand on a hot stove, a reflex causes you to immediately remove your hand before a "Hey, this is hot!" message even gets to your brain.
Considering this, what are the three reflexes?
- Rooting reflex. This reflex starts when the corner of the baby's mouth is stroked or touched.
- Suck reflex. Rooting helps the baby get ready to suck.
- Moro reflex. The Moro reflex is often called a startle reflex.
- Tonic neck reflex.
- Grasp reflex.
- Stepping reflex.
What are cranial reflexes?
The reflexes that involve sensory and motor nerve fibres of cranial nerves and control the head region are known as cranial reflexes. Since, cranial reflexes involve head, eyes, nose, mouth, swallowing and facial expression, they produce the vital and involuntary responses.