Adrenaline is a hormone that is released into the bloodstream and increases your heart rate, blood pressure, and your energy source. It is released when your body is an excited, stressful, and emergency situations. I chose to do adrenaline because I love adrenaline myself I love feel that rush in my boy and to feel my heart pump faster. My life is affected by adrenaline a lot because i love heights and i love to live life on edge.
Composition of ...
Main Chemicals, Compounds, Components
Main Chemicals, Components and Compound Of Adrenaline
Chemistry plays a big role in adrenaline. There's different chemicals involved on how it increases your blood pressure and heart rate. It can not be made in the lab and can not be man made.
Adrenaline is only released when your body feels anxiety, fear, excitement and during exercise
It is released and stored in and from the adrenal gland
Adrenaline increases your heart rate,heart contractions, blood pressure, and energy supplies
Epinephrine is another name for adrenaline.
Is a hormone and neurotransmitter
Adrenaline makes the forces in the contractions that the heart has
Also known as a stress hormone.
If you have too much adrenaline getting released into your bloodstream there is a possible chance that you can have a tumor of the adrenal medulla.
your heart rate and heart contractions
adrenergic a receptors in your heart cells
receptors pass the flight or fright and process into a G-protein
relaxation of your muscles cells
Your blood pressure
2 ways your blood pressure can increase from adrenaline
adrenal glands have tumors or damaged they release too much adrenaline into your bloodstream
~ symptoms are migraine, weight loss, or serious problems
simply during stress/emergency situations can put your blood pressure through the sky
About the Author
Selena Nava is a senior at Billings Senior High School. She enjoys to play sports, heights, spend time with family, and learning about the medicine and the body. She will graduate and will study the body at MSU-Billings in the fall. She chose to do her project on adrenaline because she loves adrenaline rushes. Selena, oftens gets them when she is running, has to get her blood drawn, from heights, and anytime she sees needles.