Anatomy and physiology course fascinating facts

Published on 4th August 2016

Anatomy and Physiology Fascinating Facts- the Cadio Vascular system


Did you know that you have enough arteries and veins, arterioles, venules and capilliaries to go around the world not just once, but twice!?

Did you know that the heart is a muscle about the size of your fist but  can increase in size through cadio vascular exercise. Do you know what your resting heart rate is? Your blood Pressure?

The human body is the most fascinating subject to study and this anatomy and physiology course makes it completely accessible. We are providing you with the opportunity to learn about the cardio-vascular system (blood, heart, arteries and veins) for free by joining our free trial.

Within that course you will learn all about the function and structure of the hear, blood cells, location of the major arteries and veins and some diseases and disorders.

What is a heart atttack? why is cholesterol and stress bad for your heart?

People come to our anatomy and physiology courses to gain an ITEC certificate but you can learn for general interest only by purchasing our revision tool.

Happy studies!


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