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How does the heart pump blood around the body?
The Heart pumps your blood around your body because if it didn't you would die. You would die, because blood creates energy around your body, and if a certain part (let's say …it's the leg) doesn't get enough blood there, it would fall asleep, and eventually fall off. Do you want your leg to fall off? No. If too many parts fall off, you die.
When you become active, you need more of oxygen and nutrition for muscle cells. So heart pumps more blood to meet the requirement.
Yes, the heart does pump blood to the body. The heart pumps blood away from it and to the body through arteries, and then the blood comes back to the heart through veins (If y…ou need this information for a quiz, an easy way to remember this is: arteries: away, and so obviously veins: to the heart).
Your blood is pumped through your body through veins. It first needs to be enriched with oxygen and is pumped to the lungs. Then it goes through you veins to the rest of you b…ody. Once it is drained of oxygen, it goes back to the heart to repeat the process. Blood is made by your bones.
your veins pump it around your body
the heart pumps blood to the aorta which distributes it to the rest of the body.
our heart use red blood cells and white blood cells and 2 other things
Our heart pumps blood around our body because... when we breath in oxygen it travels down our windpipe and into our lungs where it flows into our blood stream which the heart …pumps round and to our muscles with are supplied with the oxygen which it needs to keep going! few, its a long story!
when doing exercise you need oxygen in your muscles so the blood pumps oxygenated blood around your body quicker to keep the oxygen levels up and make sure there is food at th…e muscles in the form of glucose
Everywhere, it just circles around your it's called the circulatory system !
For a person at rest, it takes just about one minute. If you are more active, it will take less time. Exactly how long depends on several things: the rate at which your heart… beats, how big your heart is, and, to a certain extent, how big you are as well. A person's heart beats about 65 to 75 times a minutes. This is called the beat rate. With each beat, the heart pumps about 60 to 70 milliliters of blood. If you multiply the two values together, you find that the cardiovascular output is just about four to five liters per minute.
Through the Aorta and arteries that later branches into arterioles. I am not in front of my book so... Good luck.