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How people become paralyzed?

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Usually due to a traumatic spinal injury. Spinal injuries can damage the spinal cord (the bit that is usually protected by being encased in the vertebrae of the spine) which means that nerve impulses become unable to flow. This can result in loss of
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Becuase you touch yourself at night. Just jokin, it normally happens when there is a more severe injury to the brain or spinal cord (this includes the spinal cord being severed).
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