What is homeostasis in mammals? How does it work?

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Dec 15, 2016

Homeostasis is keeping the body at a standard temperature. Your organs send signals to your brain that help adjust your body to keep homeostasis.


Homeostasis is when your body keeps a standard temperature 98.6° for humans. This happens when your organs communicate with your brain telling it to do more or less of something. Your brain receives these signals and adjusts accordingly. Therefore creating equilibrium in the body (homeostasis).