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Running Head: HOMEOSTATIC IMBALANCE OF THE MUSCULAR SYSTEM 1Homeostatic imbalance of the muscular or nervous systemName:Institutional Affiliation:Date:
HOMEOSTATIC IMBALANCE OF THE MUSCULAR SYSTEM 2Homeostatic imbalance of the muscular or nervous systemThe human body comprises of a number of systems that all work together towards achieving their set goals and functionalities. The central nervous system comprises of various parts and organs such as the brain and also the spinal cord. The muscular system, on the other hand, consists of multiple organs and body parts that offer services and functionalities such as facilitating the movement of the rest of the body. Without the existence of muscles, a person maynot, therefore, move his/her body parts such as arms, legs among others. In case a given muscle gets affected, the rest of the body may not achieve the set goals and functionalities. Muscle strainrefers to a form of damage that may affect a given specific attaching tendons or body part. This