Physiological principals for health and social care
In this piece of assignment will be talking about how the human body functions in all different types of ways and also how functions help the body to grow and work in all different ways .
The endocrine system is to produce and release the hormones and keep the organs or glands working properly. This function is vital to maintaining homeostasis because development in the human body would not work normally. It is also very important that every organ within the endocrine system works to enable the function of hormone release (Petit & Adamec, 2005). “On a minute to minute and day to day basis, the endocrine system helps to regulate an individual’s basic functions, such as heart rate, blood pressure, cognitive processes, appetite, energy storage and utilization levels, tissue growth and rejuvenation, sleep, sexuality, bone health, fertility, overall body metabolism, masculinity and femininity, and virtually every aspect of continued life” (Petit and Adamec, 2005). With that said, one can plainly see that the endocrine system is an extremely vital system in the human body.
The endocrine system is made up of several organs, “pituitary, pineal gland, hypothalamus, thyroid gland, parathyroid, andreals, pancreas (istel tissue), ovaries (female) and testes (male) (Thibodeau & Patton, 2008, pg. 81). All of these organs are glands that produce hormones into the bloodstream (Pelino & Pizzimenti, 2010). Once the hormones are released, the hormones have a specific duty in the body (professional training schools inc., 2003).
The pituitary gland is located in the brain and mainly controls growth (professional training schools inc., 2003). If the pituitary gland does not function as is shall, growth in the human body would be abnormal. Along with controlling growth hormones, the pituitary gland also helps other organs in the endocrine system by stimulating them to do the functions required (professional training...