Health and Social Care Unit 5 Task 4

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Discuss the probable homeostatic response to change in the internal environment during exercise (M2) Look again at the work you have completed for P5 and P6. Discuss in a written report how the body deals effectively with the demands placed on it during exercise. Consider heart rate, breathing rate and temperature regulation. Present data collected before and after a standard period of exercise with reference to validity (M3) Here you need to be able to interpret data collected in P6. Continue your writer report that you will submit with your graph. Consider the accuracy of the equipment used, normal variations in values when measuring and the reliability of the individual taking measurements. Evaluate the importance of homeostasis in maintaining a healthy functioning body (D2) The final part of the report allows you to bring together all your knowledge of homeostasis and review this information in order to form a final conclusion. In this assignment I will discuss the probable homeostatic responses to changes in the internal environment during exercise. When you are exercising different changes occur in the body to try and deal with the change in the environment and the reaction that occurs in the body. I will also explain the homeostatic mechanisms when someone exercises. Homeostasis is for the process of the body to maintain a relatively consistent internal state. The nervous system sends and receives signals about temperature, hydration, blood pressure and much more factors. The endocrine system carries chemical messengers to adjust bodily functions. During forms of exercise, the body’s internal environment is altered and placed under a considerable amount of stress. Through homeostatic feedback mechanisms, the body is able to maintain a healthy internal environment and quickly return to normal after exercise ends. These homeostatic mechanisms respond to
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