Epinephrine or adrenaline is an anxiety hormone produced by the adrenal glands present in the kidneys. It plays a significant part in arranging the body for the acute stress response in intimidating environments. An adrenaline rush is an unexpected increase in the discharge of adrenaline from the adrenal glands. This occurs when the mind communicates to the glands that there will be a requirement for a fight-or-flight reaction. The grounds of an adrenaline rush need not be a particular physical risk, but can also be a fictional threat, vigorous exercise, cardiac arrest, prolonged stress, fretfulness or a disorder of the intellect or adrenal glands.
When you recognize something as intimidating or thrilling, the hypothalamus in mind indicates to the adrenal glands that now it should produc...Read More