The endocrine and nervous are both communicators of the body. The endocrine is a slow communicator while the nervous system is a fast communicator. The nervous system collects and processes information, analyzes it, and generates coordinated output to control complex behaviors. The nervous system also is partly responsible for homeostasis. It works in conjunction with the endocrine system by employing nerve impulses and by responding rapidly to stimuli to adjust body processes.
The Nervous and Endocrine system work together because they are both communicators of the body. The nervous system receives and sends out information about activities within the body. It also monitors and responds to the changes in the environment. The Endocrine system is made up of glands that produce chemical messages called hormones. Hormones help to regulate certain body activities.
Explain how the nervous and endocrine systems differ in the way in which they communicate with body cells