The brainstem is the middle ear of the ear and contains the vocal folds, the larynx and the throat.
It consists of a series of soft tissues that act like an earpiece, and it can be thought of as a part of the inner ear.
You can’t hear your own voice, but you can feel and smell what you hear.
It’s the area that hears sounds in the environment, and can play a role in our emotions and cognition.
A brainstem does not contain the entire human brain, so the brainstem can only sense a small portion of the world around us.
What are the components of a brain stem?
A brain stem can contain: The vocal cords The larynxes and throat muscles The brain stem nerve pathways