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How Does the Excretory System Respond to Physical Activity?
If a person's urine is dark brown, what are two organs in the body that might not be functioning properly? You can observe the practice of headstand as another example. The majority of eccrine glands are located mainly on the forehead, the bottoms of the feet, and the palms, although the glands are everywhere throughout the body. An inhaler is usually a bronchodilator. Based in San Diego, John Brennan has been writing about science and the environment since Light yellow urine contains mostly water. Send the link below via email or IM.

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Send the link below via email or IM Copy. The kidneys are also partly responsible for maintaining acid-base balance. When you exercise intensely, you produce lactic acid, some of which the kidneys excrete. For this and other reasons, urine becomes more acidic during exercise. Following exercise, the kidneys help to metabolize the remaining lactic acid, converting it into glucose, or blood sugar.

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Common Excretory System Diseases. Why Is the Urinary System Important? In extreme cases, an athlete may become dehydrated, or the decreased level of sodium in the blood can cause a condition called hyponatremia. Endurance athletes competing in grueling events like marathons must ensure they consume enough fluid to replace what they lose during the race. Based in San Diego, John Brennan has been writing about science and the environment since By John Brennan; Updated April 24, What Is the Primary Function of the Gallbladder?

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