Focused on adrenaline: Stimulates the brain, improves memory and can last up to 60 minutes | 2018-05-18
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Focused on adrenaline: Stimulates the brain, improves memory and can last up to 60 minutes

Focused on adrenaline: Stimulates the brain, improves memory and can last up to 60 minutes Prior to a parachute jump, before a job interview, before the first date, but also on a roller coaster or roller coaster. What do these situations have in common? Adrenaline is being fired. This hormone plays an important role in the human body and we encounter it many times over life. But do you know what is happening inside us when we experience something adrenaline?

Adrenaline is accompanied by enlarged pupils, heart pounding and faster breathing

Adrenaline, also termed epinerfin, is a hormone produced by adrenal gallbladder disease. At the same time, it is a neurotransmitter because it has to do with the nervous system. And as it is in the body with hormones, adrenaline acts on a number of organs and causes many physiological changes that can be seen at first glance. It has, for example, an effect on the heart, which makes it work faster. That is why we are often heartbroken in adrenaline situations. The lungs again ventilate the air in greater intensity, so we breathe more and more quickly.

Only vital organs such as the heart, brain, lungs, liver, and kidneys are supplied by blood through adrenaline. Therefore, for example, there is redness or, on the contrary, significant fading. Blood is also getting more glucose, which gives the body energy to have enough power to handle the situation. We can also feel tension in the muscles. This is because the blood vessels are narrowing with adrenaline.

Adrenaline also works for the eyes. We have them more open and our pupils are getting bigger. This is so that we can better spot the incoming dangers. We also sweat more because of adrenaline as the body cools down. All of these symptoms can be seen in a number of situations where the body produces adrenaline, whether positive or negative. The latter case is typically associated with an increased level of stress and fear. Adrenaline, however, is washed into positive and positive situations, such as endurance sports or sex.


Adrenaline and endorphins are accompanied in a pleasant time

Adrenaline is an important hormone that serves primarily for natural defense. By leaching it, it protects us from danger and invites us to do something as soon as possible with the situation we have come to. In the short term, he is therefore an excellent servant. Adrenaline benefits greatly because it eliminates the formation of cancer cells, increases concentration, improves memory and stimulates the brain. Interestingly, we can even feel the effects of adrenaline for 60 minutes. "If, moreover, the situation in which we find ourselves, pleasant, adrenaline often accompanies the hormones of happiness, endorphins. They improve mental well-being, strengthen immunity and increase disease resistance. Such a combination is experienced by people, for example, when driving on a slide, " said Tomáš Svoboda of Aqualand Moravia.


The fastest lap of the world goes at 80 km / h

It is just a variety of entertainment attractions that are among the greatest triggers of "good" adrenaline. Both in our country and abroad there are even ones that guarantee an extreme adrenaline experience. It is known that adrenaline is washed into the body at high heights. Dedicated to one of the world's tallest buildings, the Toronto CN Tower, offers a view of 447 meters of height on a platform without railing.

Adrenaline is also flushed when meeting face to face. In many places, for example, you can swim with crocodiles in a glass cubicle or in a cage close to sharks. The experience is also a zip line run in the village of Sarangkot in the Himalayas, which is said to be the most adrenaline, steepest and longest ride in the world.

Adrenaline also guarantees the world's tallest and fastest waterslide, originally called Verrückt, in Kansas City. It measures 51 meters, offers a ride in three-speed boats at a speed of 80 kilometers per hour, and is thus written in the Guinness Book of Records. Wild water attractions can also be found in the Czech Republic. "For example, the attraction called ABYSS, which is part of the outdoor area of ​​our aquapark, is the only one of its kind in Central Europe. Visitors with the courage to enjoy a wild ride of ravines ending in an endless abyss, " explains Tomáš Svoboda from Aqualanda Moravia, which offers up to twenty slides and slides.


Source: tz, edited editorially



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