The inferior colliculus is the auditory pathway's
principal midbrain nucleus.
It receives input from peripheral brainstem nuclei in the auditory pathway and the auditory cortex.
The majority of the ascending fibers from Lateral Lemniscus project to inferior colliculus,
which means
major ascending auditory pathway converge here.
It is involved in the integration and routing
of multi-modal sensory perception,
mainly the startle response and vestibulo-ocular reflex.
It is also responsive to
specific amplitude modulation frequencies
and this might be responsible for detection of pitch.
In addition, spatial localization by binaural hearing
is a related function of inferior colliculus.
The inferior colliculus
has a relatively high metabolism in the brain.


BECAUSE OUR EARS CONNECT DIRECTLY TO THE BRAINSTEM
SOUND AFFECTS THE
SYSTEMS OF HOMEOSTASIS.

MIND MASSAGE reaches these
CORE STRUCTURES
and triggers their alignment with
NATURE'S KEY
TO HEALING AND OPTIMAL PERFORMANCE.

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