Stress hormones: cortisol and adrenaline

anxiety and stress

Stress hormones

Stress is a biological response to difficult situations. This causes the body to release hormones such as cortisol and adrenaline. These hormones help prepare the body for action by raising the heart rate and breathing rate, creating an increased state of alertness or arousal. This response to certain situations is designed to protect you from threats from predators, whether physical or psychological.

But how can you lower your cortisol levels if you have chronic stress? Obviously, to reduce the number of stressful situations, and for a faster and more effective recovery, contact us at MC Altimed.

Diagnostics and treatment of stress hormones in MC Altimed

To find out what caused the increase in hormones, it is necessary to undergo a complete diagnosis of the body. This can be done quickly and painlessly in our MC Altimed. We use our own production equipment for a complete diagnosis of the body

Functional screening helps measure hormone, vitamin and mineral levels. With its help, you can get a complete picture of the functioning of the whole organism.

ATM Vega Test reveals hidden diseases, helps to determine their severity and understand what caused them. Based on the results obtained, our specialists can draw up an effective treatment plan, the results of which you will notice in the first days.

What is adrenaline and cortisol?

Cortisol is the main stress hormone released by the adrenal cortex whenever you are stressed. If you are chronically stressed, your body constantly releases a hormone.

Consistently high cortisol is very bad for your cognitive and physical health, as well as your well-being. However, in the short term, the release of cortisol is very beneficial and serves as a form of protection for your body.

Chronically elevated cortisol levels are especially damaging to your brain. In such cases, the hormone damages areas in the hippocampus, the part of the brain responsible for learning and memory.

Elevated cortisol levels also carry with it sleep problems and markedly impaired sleep quality. This is because too much cortisol keeps you awake in the evening, and at night leads to a situation where you are in a constant state of alertness.

Adrenaline is a substance that is produced in the adrenal medulla, as well as in some neurons of the central nervous system. Within a few minutes during a stressful situation, adrenaline is rapidly released into the bloodstream, sending impulses to the organs to create a certain reaction.

Adrenaline is usually released when we are in a stressful situation; it is said to regulate our fight-or-flight terms. When we are faced with a situation that causes us stress, this hormone rushes to some parts of our body, causing us to react, this is called an adrenaline rush. For example, a dry throat during public speaking or a fast heartbeat in a frightening situation are all due to the release of the hormone adrenaline. When stress gradually subsides, its effects are neutralized by nore-adrenaline, the body’s hormone.

These two hormones perform many important tasks in the body. For example, in stressful situations, they prepare you to be at the top of their game. Hormones also help the brain use glucose as an energy source. In short, cortisol improves your performance. If you need to perform well in a difficult situation, the stress hormones norepinephrine and adrenaline are quickly released first. This is followed by the release of cortisol. The combination of these hormones increases heart rate, blood pressure, and many other effects. Basically, cortisol activates you in difficult situations. Read on to find out how to lower cortisol.

When do i need to contact MC Altimed?

Signs of high cortisol:

  1. Rapid weight gain, mainly on the face, chest, and abdomen.
  2. Flushed and round face.
  3. High blood pressure.
  4. Osteoporosis.
  5. Skin changes (such as bruising and purple stretch marks).
  6. Muscle weakness.
  7. Anxiety, depression, or irritability.
  8. Increased thirst and frequent urination.

You may also experience increased body hair growth or sleep problems (since cortisol affects the body’s sleep-wake cycle). An elevated stress hormone in women can include decreased sex drive and menstrual irregularities.

If you have elevated cortisol symptoms as described above, please contact us at Altimed Medical Center.

How does the treatment of stress hormones go at Altimed MC?

Decreasing cortisol takes time and takes an integrated approach. Our experts will compile a course for you, after which you can restore the norm of cortisol in the body and thereby get rid of many discomforts (excess weight, sleep problems, etc.).

To reduce stress, we recommend that you undergo treatment with our ATM TP device for transcranial magnetic stimulation. Frequency-wave processes affect the body, establish the synchronization of all organs so that they work in their own rhythm.

The ATM Helper ML home electromagnetic therapy device (PEMF) helps to restore the level of stress hormones in the human body. The main thing is that you can use it in the future, in case of getting into stressful situations.

Also, it has a wide range of actions and is no less effective in curing many other diseases. You will be told about this in more detail during the consultation.

Why choose MC Altimed for treatment of stress hormones?

Our medical center Altimed is a modern approach to the regulation of hormones in the human body without medication, which does not guarantee the result, and can cause side effects.

We offer you:

  1. Comfortable service.
  2. Qualified staff.
  3. Individual approach .
  4. Affordable prices for diagnostics, therapy.
  5. Effective treatment.
  6. Devices of our own production at the best prices.

To sign up for a consultation, just call 0-800-600-0-80 (free) and we will select the date and time that suits you.

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