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Created with Fabric.js 1.4.5 Cardiovascular System - Increase in size/strength of heart muscles- Increased cardiac output- Decreased resting pulse rate- Decrease in likelihood of heart disease- Increase in red blood cell count- Increase in number of capillaries Respiratory System - Increased tidal volume- Strengthened diaphragm and intercostal muscles- Increased number of alveoli- Increased vital capacity Digestive System - Strengthens abdominal muscles- Moves contents through more efficiently- Can cause nausea and dhiarrea Urinary System - Decrease in blood flow to kidneys- Decrease in urine production- Loss of fluids from perspiraton Integumentary System - Reduces wrinkles- Reduces hair loss- Reduces cellulite Relationship Between Systems Effects of Exercise on the Human Body Systems - Cardiovascular supplies blood to all systems- Respiratory oxygenates the blood- Digestive provides nutrients to the blood- Urinary eliminates toxins in the blood- Integumentary protects the systems from outside effects Effects of Exercise on the Human Body Systems Homesotasis/Transport The body works hard to maintain homeostasis while exercising.Blood is transported to all of the systems.The integumentary system is responsible for homeostasis.The body systems work hard to maintain their usual duties. This 3D image depicts the body's systems By: George Sheko Histology Transports blood to different cells of the body
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