How do static magnetic fields impact the nervous system?
I imagine with sufficiently intense magnetic fields the Lorentz force is going to change the behavior of nerve impulses, but at what field intensity do these issues occur? Which parts of the nervous system are most impacted by these fields? What specifically does the magnetic field interfere with? Are motor nerves more impacted than sensory nerves?
The WHO has some guidelines which suggest that fields of high intensity cause nerve issues, but this seems more related to MRI tech safety and doesn't really go into the biophysics of the situation. Additionally, they talk about issues which appear while moving through the fields, which seems to imply they're talking about low frequency field variation because an MRI field isn't spatially uniform.