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What conditions can the human body achieve homeostasis?
glucose in the blood
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internal and external changes.
An example of homeostasis is sweating, to maintain body temperature.
HOMEOSTASIS: the process by which the internal systems of the body maintain a balance, despite external conditions · Communication by the nervous and endocrine syst…em, which uses neural electrical impulse or blood borne hormones. · THE RECEPTORS: responds to changes called stimuli by sending information to control centre. · THE CONTROL CENTRE: determines the set point. It analyzes the input it receives and determines the appropriate response. Then information travels to efferent pathway. · THE EFFECTOR: provides the means for the control centre's response to the stimulus. · The results of the response then feedback to influence the effect of the stimulus, either negative feedback, so that the whole control process is shut off or positive feedback · Therefore the whole process continues at an even faster rate.
Sweating - too keep your body cool. Breathing - to balance oxygen with carbon-dioxide.
The flu creates a negative feedback within the human body. When you have the flu, your body temperature will rise in an attempt to kill the virus. However, while your body con…tinues to heat up, you will sweat to ensure your body doesn't overheat. Once the virus is gone, your body will resume taking care of itself.
It maintains control of the body's functions.
Do some research on pleurisy peritonitis and pericarditis What are these conditions and how do they affect homeostasis in the body?
They are all inflammation of the outer lining of the laungs, abdominom and pelvis, and heart respectively...there serous membranes are basically damage thus causing the inflam…mation..
they help keep the balance of sugar and vitamans and minerals.
a relatively stable internal environment, within limits
Examples of homeostatic mechanisms in the body include: internal body temperature regulation, blood-glucose levels, water and ion concentration in the body.
Our body's internal environmental factors like; water level, solutes and body temperature keeps on changing but that happens within a very narrow range and has no adverse effe…ct. However, when there are fluctuations in the external environment, it may have deleterious effects on an individuals' normal bodily functions. And hence, the protection of internal environment from the harms or fluctuations of external environment is termed as homeostasis. It helps regulate our body's temperature, solute and water level etc.
a relatively stable internal environment
In many, many ways. A good example is that high blood sugar concentrations trigger the release of insulin, which induces cells to intake sugar from the blood. When blood sugar… concentrations are low, glucagon is released, which induces cells to release stored glucose.
The body achieves homeostasis via a number of different mechanisms. One of these mechanisms is sweating and fever to regulate body temperature.
The human body maintains homeostasis in several different ways. Primarily the human body is able to regulate (within limits) its internal temperature. A second form of homeo…static maintenance is the bodys ability to fight off infection due to the immune system.