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Janet's boss calls her into the office to discuss why see failed to complete her project for the big meeting this afternoon. Janet's sympathic nervous system:

A) makes her thoughts race for an excuse
B) Makes her start to perspire
C) Enables her to walk in upright
D) slows down her braething, so she can appear relaxed and professional.

I chose answer B because the book states that the sympathetic nervous system makes you blush sweat and breath more deeply as well as pushes up your heart rate and blood pressure.

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That would be my choice too.

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