When the body senses a challenge, the battle or flight reaction of all the bodies will be "& # 39; energy source to fight or escape from enemies. The adrenal gland releases adrenaline and cortisol, which causes the heart to travel faster, increases breathing rate, extends blood vessels into arms and legs, changes the gastrointestinal tract and increases glucose levels. After the threat, the body returns to normal, although long-term stresses begin to drain the body for a long time.
Over the years, your bodies are walking independence, telling friends and strangers like the minor and major pressures of your life.
You know I'm not a doctor, and I do not play one on TV, but I like reading and researching. Here's what I found out that it's not such a fun side of adrenaline. Organized lifestyle is characterized by prolonged stress. Prolonged stress has some negative effects on the main health system of the body. Prolonged stressfulness for a long time remove the body.
For those who are more likely to receive type 2 diabetes, if the body is not reuptake, it may increase diabetes mellitus. For diabetes, it is said that control of stress can control blood sugar levels almost as well as medicines.
Breathing difficulties are usually fine except for those with pulmonary disease or asthma, in these cases it can lead to asthma attacks.
Concomitant and continuing stress can cause increased heart rate, elevated hormone levels and increased blood pressure. This can lead to an increased risk of hypertension, heart attack or stroke. This also affects cholesterol levels. In menopausal women, estrogen levels contribute to stress relief. In postmenopausal women with reduced estrogen levels, they lose the protection that causes an increased risk of heart disease.
The muscle system begins to protect the body and preparations to fight, prolonged teeth often cause headaches and migraines.
Sometimes people tend to change their eating behavior. They eat more or eat less and can increase their use of alcohol or tobacco. Results can be heartburn and oxygen flow. Stress or pruritus is known to increase the severity of heartburn. The brain will also be alert for feelings in the stomach (butterfly, nausea and wounds). Stress can affect the nutrients that the body absorbs and how fast or slow food moves through the system.
In the female reproductive system, prolonged stress can cause invalid or irregular menstrual cycles, increased pain in periods and changes over time periods. Symptoms of PMS are more common (spasm, fluid retention, negative mood, sense of mood). Women with menopause can experience an increase in the number of hot eyes and more serious or very hot eyes. Generally, women can experience a decrease in sexual desire as they already have so many things in their minds and things that need to be done.
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