The body Theheart The lungs The liver The brain Theeye Stomach Kidneys BY NJEMILE LANCELOT AND ALIYAH MAHAMOOD
The heart • Heart and lungs work together. The heart pumps blood with oxygen to the arteries. The heart is a muscle , it needs exercise . The heart is the most important organ in your body . `There are four valves in the human heart, they ensure that blood only goes one way, either in or out. Your heart is located in your chest and is well protected by your rib cage. Since the heart lies at the centre of the blood delivery system, it is also central to life. Blood both supplies oxygen from the lungs to the other organs and tissues and removes carbon dioxide to the lungs, where the gas is breathed out. Blood also distributes nourishment from the digestive system and hormones from glands. Likewise our immune system cells travel in the bloodstream, seeking out infection, and blood takes the body's waste products to the kidneys and liver to be sorted out and trashed
The lungs • Your left and right lungs aren’t exactly the same. The lung on the left side of your body is divided into two lobes while the lung on your right side is divided into three. The left lung is also slightly smaller, allowing room for your heart. People who have a large lung capacity can send oxygen around their body faster. You can increase you lung capacity with regular exercise. Asthma is a common disease that affects the lungs. Asthma attacks happen when your airways narrow after being irritated. The narrow airways make it hard for you to breathe in air.
The liver • The liver cleans blood that has just been enriched with vitamins and minerals during digestion. After you've eaten something, the vitamins, minerals, and other nutrients from the food passes through the intestine into the blood. Before going out to the rest of the body, the nutrient-rich blood makes a stop at the liver. The main job of the lungs is to take oxygen from the atmosphere and put it in the bloodstream, while simultaneously taking carbon dioxide out of the blood stream and ejecting it in to the atmosphere
The brain The brain needs exercise. The second largest part of the brain is the cerebellum, which sits beneath the back of the cerebrum. It is responsible for coordinating muscle movement and controlling our balance. Consisting of both grey and white matter, the cerebellum transmits information to the spinal cord and other parts of the brain. Being social will make your brain feel happy. Keeping fit will make more blood flow to your brain. It takes a lot of energy to clap your hands three times if an animal had clap three times it would not be able to do it.
The eye If you injure your eye you will be blind. Your eye is made up of many sells every time you blink your brain sends a message to your eye lid to make it blink . Your eyes are important because if you did not have eyes you would not be able to see anything.