P.E, 1.2.1

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Why is blood being pushed around the body?
to supply the body with oxygen and nutrients and remove waste products, such as carbon dioxide
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What are the 4 physiological effects of exercise?
Breathing becomes faster and deeper, Body temperature increases, sweating starts and the body requires fluids and muscles begin to ache.
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Why does breathing become faster and deeper during exercise?
So more oxygen can be supplied to the lungs
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Why does the your body temperature increase during exercise?
During exercise muscles generate heat- causing your body temp to rise.
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Why does sweating start and the body require fluid during exercise?
The body can tolerate a small rise in temperature, but at a certain point, it will try to cool it down with sweat. Salt is lost, this must be replaced to avoid cramp
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What is heart recovery rate?
It's the speed at which the heart returns to normal after exercise
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What is cardiac output?
The amount of blood ejected from the heart in one minute
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What is rest and what is it required for?
The period of time alloted for recovery and it's required for adaptations to take place such as the heart to grow in size and thickness, and the amount of capiliries to increase
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What are the types of lipoprotein?
High density lipoprotein (HDL) and Low density lipoprotein (LDL)
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Describe HDL
Contains more fat than protein (good cholesterol) and carries cholestoral away from arteries to liver- removes it from body
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Describe LDL
Mainly fat- 'Bad cholestoral' Causes blockages in arteries
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How does nicotine affect blood pressure?
Lowers HDL- increases blood clots- leads to strokes and heart attacks
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How does Alcohol affect blood pressure?
Small amounts increases HDL, however too much can lead to adverse side effects
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