The endocrine system maintain homeostasis in the body regardless of the external environment by sending hormones in the bloodstream. This system is called a feedback loop.
Th endocrine system sends out hormones which are chemical messengers which can do things like increase blood flow or decrease blood flow to the muscles. It has a large impact on the way we feel and act.
The endocrine system into the bloodstream so that certain organs and tissues are able to function. If the endocrine system got infected and gets a disease that causes hormone imbalances and thyroid problems. Those problems can lead to trouble with fertility, increase stress, and can give you diabetes.
The endocrine system is apart of the human brain. It has glands that send and receive signals. It sends hormones to the bloodstream in order to maintain homeostasis. Both the endocrine system and nervous system are linked together. Thyroid glands help you grow, parathyroid controls your calcium levels, adrenal glands respond to stress by sending hormones and the pancreas controls when it releases insulin and glucagon.