Homeostasis, Humanities

Homeostasis-It is the process by that the body remains in a state of stable physiological balance. The body requires maintaining homeostasis in order to stay living. If you receive a psychoactive drug, your body might attempt to bring itself back in this physiologic balance, and it may produce a rebound effect.

Maintaining Balance?

Feedback Mechanism?

Other Homeostatic Processes?

Other Homeostatic Processes?

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