The Effect of External Factors Upon Cardiovascular System and Its Controlling Mechanisms.

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BMS 1515 Human Sciences - Reflective feedback/Feedforward Form – to be submitted with the final assignment Make this PAGE 1 of your assignment!!

NAME: HAIDER SHEIKH STUDENT NUMBER: M00398469

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The effect of external factors upon cardiovascular system and its controlling mechanisms.

BMS 1515
Human sciences

Student Name: Haider Sheikh
Student Number: M00398469
Tutor Name: Sheila Cunningham

The effect of external factors upon cardiovascular system and its controlling mechanisms.

Abstract;
This study was designed to show how external factors such as exercise, body posture, cognitive activity and sensory inputs can have an impact upon the cardiovascular system, particularly the blood pressure and pulse rate. The practical was divided into four activities; exercise, body posture, cognitive activity and sensory input via human diving reflex. The study found out that pulse rate increased as the subjects exercised, by about 30-45%, as 72.5 bpm mean resting pulse increased to 105bpm after 10 minutes of exercise. The study also found out the decent position to have a blood test, the mean arterial pressure closest to the resting arterial pressure (90mmHg), was when the subject was sitting down with his arms level to the heart, it was 92.2mmHg. The study found that relaxation can cause a decrease in heart rate as the heart rate fell from 72.5bpm, mean resting pulse, to 64.1bpm whilst massaging. Anxiety and fear were found to have adverse effect, causing heart rate to rise to 94.1bpm and 81.9bpm respectively. Sensory inputs, when face was immersed in water, initiated a human diving response causing heart rate to...
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