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Can ANS dysfunction cause adrenaline rushes?

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Dr. Patricia Allamon
Family Medicine
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In brief: Autonomic =reflexive

Yes. The Autonomic nervous system is a broad term for your automatic systems and reflexes(fight or flight responses).
One chemical released is norepinephrine (known as adrenaline), that can be over released if you have ANS dysfunction.

In brief: Autonomic =reflexive

Yes. The Autonomic nervous system is a broad term for your automatic systems and reflexes(fight or flight responses).
One chemical released is norepinephrine (known as adrenaline), that can be over released if you have ANS dysfunction.
Dr. Patricia Allamon
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Dr. Christopher Smith
Family Medicine

In brief: ANS dysfunction

ANS regulates your involuntary bodily functions.
It is divided into two parts with opposite functions--The sympathetic and parasympathetic are often referred to the "fight-flight and " rest and digest" system The sympathetic fight/fright ,takes over in times of stress--It is your adrenaline rush The parasympathetic--the rest/digest portion when you are not under stress dsysfxn see you docto

In brief: ANS dysfunction

ANS regulates your involuntary bodily functions.
It is divided into two parts with opposite functions--The sympathetic and parasympathetic are often referred to the "fight-flight and " rest and digest" system The sympathetic fight/fright ,takes over in times of stress--It is your adrenaline rush The parasympathetic--the rest/digest portion when you are not under stress dsysfxn see you docto
Dr. Christopher Smith
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