Today, most people almost daily remain in a state of constant alert. This is a kind of a feature of modern life. The constant influx of adrenaline( a stress hormone produced by the adrenal glands) causes an effect on the body, similar to the action of drugs.
Adrenaline is a very powerful hormone, the effect of which is multifaceted: it sharpens vision, promotes concentration, increases blood pressure, accelerates the heartbeat. With short-term stress, the adrenaline release benefits. For example, thanks to him, a person is able, in a state of danger, to behave more comprehensively and boldly, to be more determined than under normal circumstances. However, every strong burst of activity inevitably leads to a state of severe fatigue. Therefore, in such circumstances it is necessary to give the body a breather.
With prolonged stress, the hormone enters the blood constantly. In this case, the release of adrenaline has a devastating effect on the entire body. Not passing stresses lead to that the raised pressure and pulse turn to the chronic condition. In the blood, the level of sugar and fatty acids( triglycerides) increases. The blood becomes more prone to clotting, which leads to the formation of blood clots. More cholesterol begins to be produced.
In general, the release of adrenaline fills a person with special energy, strength, increases endurance and efficiency. The hormone causes the strongest emotions that are not controlled by the mind. At this time, all metabolic processes are accelerated tens of times in comparison with the usual state, reaching the level of catabolic decay. This is why fats are burned instantly, which would require 100 times more time in the usual conditions.
Often adrenaline is called a hormone of fear. Its development begins with any excitement or strong physical exertion. This hormone increases the permeability of cell membranes for the penetration of glucose into them and enhances the breakdown of fats and glycogen.
Adrenaline( hormone) helps even the heavily tired muscles to quickly return to normal tone. In situations where a person undergoes any of such reactions as mental stress, fear, anger, the level of adrenaline in the blood instantly rises. Data on stress pass through the senses, then enter the brain where the "relay station" is located - the hypothalamus, and within a few seconds the signal reaches the adrenal glands, which begin to intensively produce the hormone.
The question of how to increase adrenaline, sometimes arises in different life situations. For example, if a person experiences not the best moments of his life, suffers from depression or is depressed, depressed, he needs to artificially get adrenaline released into the bloodstream to neutralize the negative.
For this you should not use psychotropic substances, such as drugs, alcohol and others. It is better to resort to more healthy and justified means. The best in this matter is helped by sports, especially extreme types: rafting on the mountain river, kayaks, snowboarding, diving, surfing, etc.
Contribute to the development of adrenaline hikes in the mountains or any other way to raise the height. Excellent in this case cope with the task of attractions in the parks( swings, soaring up sharply, roller coaster, Ferris wheel).You can try skydiving.
It is possible to provoke adrenaline release with the help of synthetic preparations. In medicine, they are used for various shock conditions, bronchospasm, with excessive allergic reactions, bleeding, severe asystole, heart surgery, kidney failure, priapism, hypoglycemia, to enhance the action of anesthetics. Such drugs can be prescribed only by a professional.