How do kidneys maintain homeostasis?
By removing waste,Or by filtering blood that helps regulate the amount of water in your body.
There are many functions of the kidneys that maintain homeostasis. In addition to filtering wastes, the kidneys use hormones to regulate blood pressure and altering the sodium and electrolyte balances to maintain proper fluid balances within the body. The kidneys help to maintain the internal balance in the body by excreting substances that change that balance. The kidneys also help to maintain water balance.
The Master organ is the kidneys, because they help to maintain homeostasis. The Master gland is the hypothalamus, because it controls all other glands, and also contributes to homeostasis. Some people may consider the brain as the master organ, but without homeostasis it would not be able to function, it would be dead.
The circulatory system does not maintain homeostasis. Homeostasis is maintained by the kidneys and the hypothalamus. If the circulatory system is out of homeostasis, then there are many abnormal conditions that can result. The number one cause of death in the US is cardiovascular disease. This is due to atherosclerosis and hypertension. These are the result of an unhealthy diet and lack of exercise as well as depression as a result of a stressful environment…