running scenario- By Amarpreet Purewal, Adrian Hernandez, Eric Luviano

running scenario- By Amarpreet Purewal, Adrian Hernandez, Eric Luviano
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  • Running 
  • Body systems affected
  • Major organs being affected
  • This is a guy running on an afternoon and seen a flyer about a marathon. He went to sign up and 3 days later, the day of the marathon, He showed up and started. Many body systems were affected within the 5 minutes and started to cramp up and get tired.
  • How each organ in each system is being affected
  • Systems that are affected during this type of scenario are the respiratory system, the skeletal system, and the muscular system.
  • How body maintains homeostasis--- How body systems function in your scenario.
  • In the respiratory system the nose and the lungs would be affected. In the skeletal system the bones and tendons would be affected. In the muscular system the leg muscles would be affected.
  • damages that can occur during running--How long can the body take to return to normal--- Explain what feedback loop it is, and what kind of feedback loops occur
  • In the respiratory system the nose and lungs would be affected because running forces you to breathe more rapidly and forces your lungs to work harder to get oxygen through your body. Breathing through your nose can lessen the pain because when you breathe through your mouth it causes pain or burning in your lungs because our brains think that carbon dioxide is being lost. In the skeletal system the bones and tendons are affected because when we run, our legs are in constant movement and the tendons around our thigs and claves get worked out because our legs are in constant movement. In the muscular system our leg muscles would be affected because running will fatigue your legs and when your legs are fatigued your thigs and your entire leg muscles would get sore.
  • The body systems work together to try and maintain homeostasis normally by regulating your body's temperature. Whenever your body increases or decreases drastically it tries to get back to your regulated temperature. If your too hot your body will start to sweat to try and cool yourself down. And if your body is too cold, you'll shiver because your body is trying to warm itself up. Your body will try to keep cooling you down by sweating more until you find a place to cool down. Your body will also handle your breathing by your brain giving your respiratory system a signal letting it know to breathe faster and deeper.
  • The damages that can occur is an acute kidney damage, This can happen if you happen to do lengthy runs, Low sodium levels could happen, Bloody Urine and compromised immune systems. The time it will take for your body to go back to normal really depends on the type of exercise you did. Usually give your body around an hour to get back to normal. Then a feedback loop is a response within a system that influences the continued activity or productivity of that system. This relates to homeostasis becuase the negative feedback loop strives to stabilize the internal environment, The type of feedback loop that happened in our scenario is a negative feedback 
  • Body Temperature Drops
  • Body temp. Rises
  • Body Sweats More
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