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afferent

[′af·ə·rənt]
(physiology)
Conducting or conveying inward or toward the center, specifically in reference to nerves and blood vessels.
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We can voluntarily control the vagal afferent impulses from stretch receptors and thus are able to influence these important centres, which determine the internal environment and out response the external environment The subjects in the yoga asana group showed significant improvement of PGWB scores.