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How To Control Your Bodys Adrenaline
Muscle temperature: muscle work generates heat. Heat increases body temp. If you do not sweat to cool when room temp is above 98 F you die from heat stroke. ...Read more
Hard to say: If your question is about effectiveness;most recommend you overlap with a backup BC method for a month before considering it at full effect.Some women go through several types of pills over several months before they find one that provides a benefit with the least side effects. ...Read more
Lambic systems: Yes I can help but not in 400 characters. Let's do 2nd opinion for details. ...Read more
Anxiety: Talking therapy ranks really high. Cognitive Behavioral therapy or psychotherapy can be effective. Aim for daily exercise, 8 hours of sleep per night & good nutrition w 5 servings of veggies & 4 of fruit per day. Try tai chi, yoga, Qi Gong, progressive muscle relaxation, deep breathing exercises & meditation. Don't isolate - spend time w friends & stay active. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Anger management: Anger can of course be caused by many things. Getting at the cause would better define the treatment. If it is due to subltle withdrawal mid-day from alcohol, consider "cutting back" or even a chemical dependency evaluation. If associated sadness, negativity, hopelessness, and diminished interest, pursue more formal work-up in regards to depression. Distress tolerance, strategy in dbt, can help. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
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
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
Usually 3 months: Usually 3 months but for some it can take 6 months. The key is not to change the pill if you are having issues. This will just start the cycle over again. ...Read more
Prepares for stress.: Adrenaline, or epinephrine, is a chemical produced by your adrenal glands that helps you respond to episodes of severe stress. Epinephrine has dozens of effects, but overall it regulates how your heart beats and how you make extra energy available to deal with things like car accidents or other serious injuries. In cases of severe shock, patients can be treated with epinephrine. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
First: BREATHE: When anxious, the first thing to do is BREATHE slowly and fully -- allowing your belly to expand with your in-breath, and go back down when you exhale. You can breathe in to the count of 4, hold your breath for 7 counts, and breathe out to the count of 8. Do this 4-6 times for 1 round. You might practice multiple times/day. See a psychologist or psychiatrist for eval & treatment can help also. ...Read more
Learn them: With the help of a therapist you can work through your feelings and then choose how you want to act instead of acting impulsively to feelings. Psychotherapy can help one move from "reacting" to ones feelings to "reflecting" on ones feelings and then acting out of wisdom. Be well, . ...Read more
H-P-T axis: Hi. It's an interplay in the hypothalamic-pituitary-thyroid (H-P-T) axis. The hypothalamus secretes thyrotropin-releasing factor (TRF), which stimulates the pituitary to release thyroid-stimulating hormone (TSH), which stimulates the thyroid gland to take up iodine, organify, make, and release thyroid hormones (mostly T4, but a little T3 (liothyronine) too). The thyroid hormones feed back to suppress TRF & TSH. ...Read more
Can you please tell me about the 2 major hormones of the pancreas help to regulate blood glucose levels?
Glucagon & insulin: Glucagon increases blood sugars by mobilizing sugars stored in the liver... It's actions are the opposite of insulin's, which reduces blood sugars by facilitating storage of glucose in tissues including the liver. The pancreas also makes enzymes that are important for the digestion of fats. ...Read more
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