Dec 10, 2010 ... B. experience a decrease in her feelings of hunger. C. have a lower .... For a
thirsty person, drinking water serves to reduce. A. homeostasis.
Feb 26, 2016 ... The reduction in the patient's fear is best understood in terms of the ... For a thirsty
person, drinking water serves to reduce. C. a drive.
Dec 16, 2013 ... So, for example, when you become thirsty (tension caused by need for water) you
are motivated to drink (method of reducing the tension).
Instinctive behavior is: A) designed to reduce drives. B) triggered by a ... For a
thirsty person, drinking water serves to reduce: A) homeostasis. B) a drive.
Mar 16, 2008 ... The urge to drink fluids is a natural instinct regulated by a negative feedback ...
Thirst serves as an automatic reminder of that fact—and, thus, plays a ... from the
urine, thus reducing urine flow and conserving water in the body ...
Nov 25, 2014 ... It's often said that drinking more water can help you to lose weight. ... As for
whether you are likely to confuse hunger and thirst, King says they ... of water
before a meal certainly helps a person to eat a little less. ... Over the last 2 months
, I've cut out all the junk, am eating sensible serves of lots o...
thirst sensation indicating the body's need for water. ... qualities, depending on
the intensity of the stimulus and the state of the person. ... These facts indicate
that thirst and drinking behavior are distinct entities that influence each other ...
AVP serves two purposes: to reduce urine output at the kidneys and to enhance
Mar 13, 2014 ... It's not easy to lose weight, but drinking more water has got to be ... high-calorie
drinks from of your diet, but water also serves as an ..... try to reduce your
dependance on caffeine so you give your mind a chance to wander. ..... I had the
problem of never being thirsty and I only drank coffee, pop and beer.
The best indicator of a person's level of optimism is his or her: A) individualism. B)
.... For a thirsty person, drinking water serves to reduce: A) homeostasis. B)
That thirst is your body calling for re-hydration. ... Drinking water can reduce pain
in your joints by keeping the cartilage soft and hydrated. ... Water serves at the
body's transportation system and when we are dehydrated things just can't get ...