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The bodies homeostatic responses to excercise

  1. Mar 24, 2008 #1
    So I'm trying to research all the bodies homeostatic responses to excercise. I have temperature and the details of what happens there but I am struggling to find information on , Energy (glucose), Respiration and blood pressure. Also am I missing any other items here? And does anyone know of a site that can help me? Apologises if I haven't set this out correctly, I'm trying to get to grips with how this forum works.

    Am I right in thinking the blood pressure rises do to the increased need for more blood which carries oxygen and waste materials away form the pumping muscles?

    And respiration increases as the body needs more oxygen for the muscles.

    One thing I am very unclear on though - why is it that if you take a persons temperature right after exsertion, their temeprature is lower then it was when they were resting.

    Many Thanks

    Last edited: Mar 24, 2008
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