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Is there medication that makes adrenaline higher during the day or is there type of adrenaline injection that live in the body for more than 2 minutes?
?: Not aware of anything. And why would you want to? ...Read more
What are high/low epinephrine effects on athlete's performance ?What is the best medication to control adrenaline (but not beta blockers)?
Enhance: The body usually secretes adrenaline and norepinephrine with exercise or stress. However whether this hinders or helps performance would depend on the type of exercise. While the effect may accelerate certain skills , it may also lead to reduced coordination. Are you asking whether beta blocker would help reduce your anxiety ; improve performance? That's a $64 question. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Not useful: Adrenaline is only used during cardiac arrest to "restart" the heart. It has a very short half-life and is metabolized very fast. One of the long-term complications of heart failure is caused by too much adrenaline production to try to stimulate the heart. Beta-blocker medications block the long-term effects of adrenaline and reduce mortality from heart failure. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Fight or flight: Hi. Adrenalin (aka epinephrine) is the hormonal branch of the sympathetic nervous system. It's the classic "fight or flight" hormone for response to high stress situations. It jacks up your pulse & BP, dilates your eyes, and makes you ready to respond to a threat to the best of your ability. ...Read more
Relax: Although there are rare tumors of the adrenal gland that make too much adrenaline, for most people it is stress/anxiety. Try to find a way to de-stress. Behavior therapy may help. Beta blocker drugs will block the effects of adrenaline and may be very helpful. Talk to you doctor about them. ...Read more
Adrenaline: You ask a interesting an controversial question. Some believe that increased Epinephrine exposure can increase all-cause and cardiovascular mortality (dying from all sources and heart sources) from increased oxidative and cardiovascular stress. This is a theoretical model which supports "lifestyle" models of wellness (avoiding stressors, anger, etc.) its very difficult to study. ...Read more
Can adrenalin rushes from video games afect us because we don't do any psyhical activity in that moment ?
Adrenalin rush: Quite unlikely!Get a more detailed answer ›
I keep getting a adrenalin rush type feeling just randomoly when doing normal day to day activities. im not anxious or anything.what could cause this?
Caffeine? Meds?: Caffeine and some meds, including supplements, as well as rec. drugs can cause brief feelings that could feel like a rush. A rush is a nonspecific feeling, what do you mean by it? A tingling? alertness? feel hot or cold or shaky? Details are important to help. If the symptoms are brief and not frequent and you fine the rest of the time, see if you can notice when and why it occurs and see doc. ...Read more
Depends: There are some anesthetics without any vasoconstrictor, including epinephrine and neocobefrin. Most commonly we use ones with epinephrine to constrict the vessels and keep the anesthetic localized longer for greater effect over a longer period. Also we will use ones with more epinephrine to minimize localized bleeding. You can request no Epi, but may need more injections due to short acting effect ...Read moreSee 3 more doctor answers
Definitely: There are many ways that that can happen, but feeling that you really need to "get into it" in order to "really address" an issue is not that uncommon. It is one of the issues that often come up in anger management groups - why some people seem drawn to anger or confrontation. ...Read more
Endocrine specialist: Who may be surgical oncologists/endocrine surgeons or endocrinologists- internists who specialize in disorders of adrenal and other glands. Generally, these disorders may be "functional" ( i.e. Over or under active glands) or present as a mass. If surgery is required, the experienced surgeon should be able to utilize minimally invasive techniques when appropriate. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Hard to say: If your child has asthma and is in trouble after meds, you need to contact the doc. If the kid is able to drink, eat & play normally, things are likely okay. However, if the kid is struggling, doesn't want to drink and refusing to play it is time to be seen. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
I have had anxiety for years and being treated for it. I'm having trouble dostinqiusing between normal adrenalin and anxiety. Any suggestions?
Worry vs. adrenalin: Hi mark, it's often hard to distinguish the two. The way I have patients look at it is like this: "normal adrenalin" rushes are like what you get on a roller coaster. It makes your heart beat faster and your blood pressure go up a bit, but it's not usually accompanied by morbid thoughts. Okay, i guess you could worry about the roller coaster flying off the tracks, but i think you get the picture. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers