The endocrine system is one that is not commonly known of it hold the function of secreting hormones and transmitters when responding a function told by the nervous system. The endocrine system has glands and tissues in which these specific items secrete and are sent from to other locations. The nervous system and endocrine work hand in hand to maintain the body’s homeostasisThe hypothalamus which is located in the brain is one of the main systems that controls the endocrine and part of the autonomic nervous system. Hormones are released from different parts of our body the two secretions formed by the hypothalamus happen within the posterior pituitary that releases two hormones known as ADH and oxytocin. The other being within the anterior pituitary that releases hormones that arrive at a different area.
The endocrine system as part of the nervous system holds an important function of releasing hormones which can not all be listed at one time. The hormone released in the posterior pituitary the ADH and oxytocin play specific roles in the body system. The ADH control the number of fluids within our body by changing the permeability in tubules of the kidneys. The Oxytocin hormone is mostly reflective and shown in breastfeeding women because it stimulates the movement of the uterus and allows the milk to be the let-down.
When an endocrine disorder develops time is taken to determine where the source of the issue is resulting from. The disorder in the endocrine system may be a cause of nonfunctional gland, a hormone that is not secreting, and even an issue within the target tissue. The basic objective of the endocrine system is to release and control hormones but it can be determined that both rhythms are known as circadian also control the system in which last 24 hours and the negative feedback system help the function. The negative feedback system can either be simple or complex. The simple feedback takes place when the amount of a lone substance controls how much a hormone should be created.
The complex feedback essentially holds the same job although it controls more than one substance.