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a relatively stable internal environment, within limits
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The body maintains homeostasis through the maintainance of glucose.Insulin, secreted by the beta cells of the pancreas, transports glucose to the body's cells, lowering blood …glucose levels. Insulin helps to prevent hyperglycemia. To be able to maintain a constant internal environment in your body, the body shivers and sweats.
Sweating, shivering, or changing the flow of blood.
Temperature regulation in the body is maintained but the brain stem. They hypothalamus of the brain controls hydration in the body. Both help maintain homeostasis.
An example is keeping your body's temperature 97.8
If you are cold, you shiver if you are hot, you sweat
Homeostasis is the term we use to describe the constant state of the internal environment.
a relatively stable internal environment
most likely you would die from lack of something or too much of something
internal and external changes.
Homeostasis in he human body is maintained through complex processes of the nervous system and the endocrine system. Every single process in the body is regulated by some type… of receptor or sensor. The autonomic division of the nervous system, and hormones from the endocrine system use the information from these receptors to make adjustments and keep body functions at a "set point", thereby maintaining homeostasis
homeostasis maintains wellness.
When you sweat your maintaining homeostasis because its cooling you on the inside same for shivering your warming your inside.
I have the same exact question on my science homework! LOL Either way....... Answer; 1. Inhale 2. Exhale 3. Eating 4. Drinking I'm Pretty Sure these are the answers :)