A negative feedback response is generated to lower down the blood sugar level.
When a person consumes a huge amount of sugar, the blood sugar levels are increased beyond the normal range. This deviation from the homeostasis is counteracted by the body. There is an increased secretion of insulin hormone from the pancreas. Insulin triggers the body cells to take up the extra sugar present in the blood to restore its normal range. Since the body generates a response to oppose the increased blood sugar level, it is an example of negative feedback.
This means that a relatively small volume of water can absorb a large amount of heat, which means it's very good at cooling things down. When you sweat, your body is sending your excess body heat into water, which is then secreted through your skin, removing it from your body.