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What Organ Releases Energy
Key is balance: The healthiest approach to take is a balance of lots of different kinds of foods containing complex carbohydrates (ie whole grains) , lean proteins (beans, poultry and fish), and fruits and vegetables. Try to avoid filling up on sugary foods, as these may give you a short burst of energy but will leave you feeling tired and hungry again soon. Drink lots of water too, especially in the heat. ...Read more
Energy field: The body does not produce an energy field that is detectable beyond the ambient radiation of heat from your body. The adrenal glands have a role in maintaining blood pressure and blood glucose among other essential functions of the body. They also modulate the body's response to stress. When the adrenal glands are under functioning one can feel fatigued. It has nothing to do with fields. ...Read more
If you eat poorly: Body needs fuel to run the body machine 24 hours a day. This comes from foods you eat. But if you do not eat adequately like upto about 1500-1800 calories per day, the body will get its energy from normal tissues of the body like stored fats or from the proteins in the muscles. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Neurons damaged?Weakness loss of emotions/feelings no energy no electricity in my body no adrenaline cognitive functions so slow no endorphins
Adipose: Triglycerides in adipose cells are hydrolised by enzymes to release glycerol and fatty acids. ...Read more
What is Ions or Electrolytes function for our body? Could Ions stimulates our thirst and enhance our body fluid ?
It stores: fat globules which can be broken down for energy. ...Read more
Pheromone science: While we know that pheromones play an important part of the daily lives especially sexual function in other animals, studies in humans are still in rudimentary phases. It is postulated that pheromones are secreted in perspiration especially from the axillary and genital regions it has not been demonstrated how to modify or regulate these hormones. ...Read more
Body and mind: Please have your primary doctor refer you to a Psychologist. After careful history taking the Psychologist will know best how to proceed. ...Read more
**sigh** NO: *** i can't even elaborate. Just no. Just drink your coffee. ...Read more
How does stress, and cortisol increase the amount of visceral fat? Does it make you eat more, alsoadds sub. Fat, or it makes you gain it around organs?
Not that simple: Stress and steroids causes weight gain but you can't direct the fat to the areas it will go.Our body makes cortisol (steroids) when under stress causing many reactions to occur. Eating fried foods, fatty foods and not exercising causes weight gain that will distribute itself throughout your body and go to areas around your vital organs and under your skin. So you will lose your shape ; health ...Read more
Wrong: Hi. The adrenal gland has two district functional components: the cortex which makes steroid hormones and the medulla which secretes the "neurotransmitters" (but hormones in this context) epinephrine, norepinephrine, and dopamine. The adrenal medulla IS part of the nervous system, and is the equivalent of a presynaptic neuron; release is to blood instead of a postsynaptic nerve or muscle cell. ...Read more
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