Adrenaline is also known as epinephrine. It's a hormone secreted by the medulla of the adrenal gland, especially in times of STRESS or EXCITEMENT and in response to fright or shock.
A "Shot of Adrenaline" is often administered
in cases of cardiac arrest and anaphalaytic shock.
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What's your favorite "Shot of Adrenaline" moment?
Linda - Helicopter landing and glacier hike
Adrenaline. It has wide-ranging effects on muscles, the circulatory system, and carbohydrate metabolism, preparing the body for action or what is commonly referred to as the ‘flight or fight’ response. Adrenaline increases heart rate, depth and rate of breathing, metabolic rate, and the conversion of glycogen to glucose. It also improves the force of muscle actions and delays the onset of fatigue.

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