The endocrine system are glands that releases hormones into the circulatory system. The circulatory system then carries them into the organs. It regulates blood pressure, metabolism, and reproduction.
The hypothalamus of the brain regulates body temperature and blood pressure. It secretes cortisol, which is important in controlling these things.
The excretory system has antidiuretic hormone ADH that regulates how often you have to pee, renin angiotensin aldosterone that regulates blood pressure and atrial natriuretic that also regulates blood pressure.
heart or liver
Laughter regulates your blood pressure
It is the medulla oblongata.
Potassium increases blood flow and also regulates blood pressure.
Blood pressure is the pressure of your blood on you vessels (arteries). too high a blood pressure can damage your vessels and some organs.
It's the medulla.
the body regulates sodium level by adding water to blood in circulation, that contibutes to increasing blood pressure.
From eurekalert:When blood pressure increases the kidneys respond by extracting extra water and salts into the urine, causing blood volume -- and hence pressure -- to fall. But special nerve pathways mean the brain can also regulate urine production and hence influence blood pressure.So, no one organ regulates blood pressure.
there is only 1 pair of organs that regulates anything, the kidneys.
heart and kidney
The autonomic nervous system regulates the heart rate and the diameter of the arteries. This is what determines blood pressure.
Pons & Mendulla Oblongata
Normal blood pressure is but low blood pressure isn't. If the BP is low, not enough oxygen gets the brain and other organs.
The medulla oblongata regulates heart rate. The medulla oblongata also regulates other involuntary things like breathing and blood pressure.