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What happens in the body when a team mate kicks the ball to ...

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What happens in the body when a team mate kicks the ball to you during a soccer game and you kick it across the field and make a goal? Think about how many body systems are involved.
Submitted: 9 years ago.
Category: Health
Expert:  Dr. Gupta replied 9 years ago.
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Expert:  Dr. Gupta replied 9 years ago.
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What happens in the body when a team mate kicks the ball to ...: What happens in the body when a team mate kicks the ball to you during a soccer game and you kick it across the field and make a goal? Think about how many body systems are involved.

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Gaurav Gupta: HI
Gaurav Gupta: Could you explain the question a bit more
Gaurav Gupta: what do you mean by the various body systems involved
Gaurav Gupta: are you there
Customer: Asking to describe the connections among the body systems in different situations>
Gaurav Gupta: I am an MD but I am still not sure as to what you mean
Gaurav Gupta: do you mean the nervous system musculs skeletal system etc...
Gaurav Gupta: like the brain directs the legs to kick the ball that goes to the goal...
Customer: skeletal
Gaurav Gupta: ??
Customer: SKELATAL MUSCULAR NERVOUS CIRCULATORY RESPIRATORY DIGESTIVE
Gaurav Gupta: Alright
Gaurav Gupta: Well the nervous system brain would be involved especially the Cerebellum (for co-ordiatnion and maintaining body posture)
Gaurav Gupta: the brain gets its signals from the eyes, and possibly the ear (special senses), and the position of the hand and feet too...
Gaurav Gupta: On the basis of these signals it directs the muscles and the bones (musculo-skeletal system) to initiate the process of kicking the ball in to the goal....
Gaurav Gupta: and the mouth to shout once the goal is scored !!
Gaurav Gupta: ....
Gaurav Gupta: Anything else that you need to know...
Customer: ANYTHING TO DO WITH DIGESTION
Gaurav Gupta: nope
Customer: RESPERATION
Gaurav Gupta: Well not actively ..
Gaurav Gupta: but running would lead to increased respiratory rates ...
Customer: IT DOESN'T GO UP
Gaurav Gupta: but this is in most case involuntary...
Gaurav Gupta: you do not actually need to send a command from the brain to get the respiratory rate up..
Gaurav Gupta: no active control....
Customer: WHAT ABOUT CIRCULATION
Gaurav Gupta: again a similar non active increase in the blood flow,
Gaurav Gupta: also the heart rate goes up in a smimilar fashion,
Gaurav Gupta: and possibly sweating chacnes are increased..
Gaurav Gupta: the eyes can dilate with the pleasure of scoring a goal...
Gaurav Gupta: breathing can go up...
This seems like more than a $15 Question. You should either finish in 2 Minutes or raise the Answer Value to $20.
Gaurav Gupta: anything else that you want to know
Customer: NO THANKS
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Gaurav Gupta: bye"

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Dr. Gupta