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Video by Dr. Dawn Elise Snipes on integrative behavioral health approaches including counseling techniques and skills for improving mental health and reducing mental illness.
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Learn about adrenaline’s functions
Explore causes of imbalance
Identify symptoms of too much or too little adrenaline
Discover how adrenaline interacts with other hormones and neurotransmitters impacting the person Physically, Affectively, Cognitively, Environmentally, Relationally
Stress: Fight or Flight or Exercise
Increase heart rate
Increase blood pressure
Expand the air passages of the lungs
Redistribute blood to the muscles
Maximize blood glucose levels
Reduce pain perception
Increase attention
Physical (including behaviors)
Chronic stress resulting in HPA-Axis dysregulation
Ingestion of stimulants
Glucocorticoid therapy (steroids) including those used in autoimmune treatment resulting in glucocorticoid resistance
Affect
Anxiety
Anger
Grief
Cognitions
Distress intolerant thoughts
Cognitive distortions
Inaccurate threat-based schema
Negative perception
Physical
Fatigue
Hypotension
Decreased appetite
Salt craving
Low blood sugar
Affective
Depression/Apathy
Cognitive
Decreased attention
Serotonin- No known interaction
Norepinephrine- Adrenaline is synthesized from norepinephrine
Acetylcholine- Causes the release of norepinephrine and synthesis of adrenaline
Glutamate- Triggers the release of glutamate in response to threat/stress
GABA- Down regulates the HPA-Axis thereby reducing adrenaline
Endorphins- Increases endorphins for pain suppression in acute injury
Dopamine- Increases dopamine which is a precursor to norepinephrine  adrenaline
Endocannabinoids- Inhibit adrenaline in low doses and may increase adrenaline at high doses

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