Definition of homeostasis
Homeostasis is defined as the maintenance of a fairly constant internal environment in an organism.
How does homeostasis work
All living organisms must be able to maintain a steady internal environment.
Generally the body at times is faced with certain conditions that are constantly making it to act in order to keep itself in a steady state and this is where the importance of homeostasis takes place. So in order for the body to maintain a steady flow and constant metabolic operations, the homeostasis environment must be very good
How to know if the homeostatic operations of the body is not in order
At times we fall sick which is an indication of an abnormal condition in our internal environent where the hemostasis is not functioning well
Such abnormal condition requires setting regulation in order to maintain homeostasis
How to correct and maintain interna how to correct and maintain internal processes in body of organisms
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