Positive feedback and negative feedback have to do with the homeostatic mechanisms of the body. However, due to the fact that many diseases are caused by the interruption of the initial systemic state, negative feedback frequently occurs compared to positive feedback. Positive feedback is less familiar and less observed, even as it is less intuitive.
The positive feedback mechanism allows for increasing the rate of process or production even as an action increases likewise. This leads to the magnifying of the result of a reaction. On the other hand, the result of a reaction in negative feedback is being inhibited; that is, there is no allowance for an increase in production or process even as action increases.
Negative feedback reduces the effect of agitation and thus enhances stability, while positive feedback sustains exponential growth, thus tending to cause instability. Negative feedback has less range compared to positive feedback. More products can be obtained with positive feedback. The products include platelets, hormones, and the like.