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Why do we shivering in case of ( very cold weather & fear )? Is the neurotransmitters or neuromuscular junction play a role in these conditions? How!

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Dr. Bradford Romans
Internal Medicine

In brief: Shivering

When cold, it's your body generating heat when your scared, its the release of adrenalin, the fight or flight reflex.

In brief: Shivering

When cold, it's your body generating heat when your scared, its the release of adrenalin, the fight or flight reflex.
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