Adrenaline How it Affects our Body

Adrenaline How it Affects our Body

Stress divides into two categories:

firstly chronic and

secondly acute stress.

Chronic Stress

Chronic stress is the response to emotional pressure suffered for a prolonged period of time. In which an individual perceives they have no control. Cortisol is secreted into the blood and inhibitor hormone. Prepares the body for passivity and inhibits some metabolic processes. Symptoms of stress include low energy, upset stomach, insomnia, chest pain and rapid heartbeat, aches, pain and tense muscles.

Potential causes of chronic stress

Some potential causes of chronic stress include:
  1. high-pressure jobs
  2. financial difficulties and
  3. challenging relationships.

Acute Stress

In acute stress the sympathetic part of the vegetative nervous system. The adrenal medulla will activate. From which adrenaline will secrete into the blood. A hormone of urgency alertness in animals and humans. Which prepares the body for an active and aggressive reaction.
We experience acute stress multiple times throughout the day and an adrenaline rush in our body. Many factors can trigger a stress response.
The symptoms of an adrenaline rush:
  • rapid heart rate
  • sweating
  • heightened senses
  • rapid breathing
  • decreased ability to feel pain
  • increased strength and performance
  • dilated pupils
  • and feeling jittery or nervous.
Excess adrenaline adversely affects the cerebrovascular systems. Excess cortisol adversely affects the immune system, skin, brain, joints and digestive organs.
Stress always involves the appearance of unpleasant emotions, irritation of the sympathetic and the secretion of stress hormones.
All together represent a “state of emergency” in the body.
The normal psycho-physical balance of such a state is disturbed in the organism. If you can’t remember where you parked the car it may just be one of the signs that you’re exhausted from chronic stress.
Each body has its own alarm system by which it sends early warning signs that it is under stress. Try to be aware of these signs. So that you can recognize them in time and avoid further exposure to stress.
Relief methods
If possible apply one of the stress relief methods.
Which is:
  • exercise (there are many reasons to exercise regularly. Above all, it keeps you healthy.) 
  • physical therapy and occupational therapy
  • mind-body techniques
  • yoga and taichi
  • biofeedback
  • music
  • therapeutic massage.
It releases in response to stimulation of the sympathetic nervous system. Signals for accelerated production of this hormone come when we are in a state of stress. So increases physical exertion and more pronounced emotions.

Pronounced emotions are fear, anger, rage and willingness to fight or flee and they act on the speed of the heart. In the strength of the contraction, the heart pumps blood into the blood vessels. Reduce stress and slowly so that your organs do not suffer. Take care of your health After that try to eat more healthy food.

Adrenalin in medicine

You can also use adrenaline as a medicine. Adrenalin is produced by adrenal glands and a small number of neurons but can be obtained by extraction from animals and its use is in the treatment of severe allergies. And cardiac arrest to restore the work of the heart. The injection gives directly into the heart! As well as severe asthma attacks it relaxes the muscles of the bronchi and enables breathing.

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