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2. POSITIVE STRESS-RELATED EFFECTS ON THE BODY CAUSED BY CORTISOL?

  • SLIGHT WEIGHT LOSS
  • A QUICK BURST OF ENERGY OR LOWER SENSITIVITY TO PAIN
  • INCREASED SEROTONIN LEVELS

3. WHAT ARE THE RESPONSES

  • DECREASED PUPIL SIZE
  • INCREASED HEART RATE, BLOOD PRESSURE AND CARDIAC OUTPUT
  • DECREASED HEART RATE, BLOOD PRESSURE AND CARDIAC OUTPUT

4. THE PITUITARY ADRENAL SYSTEM CONTROLS....

  • LEVELS OF CORTISOL
  • PARAVENTRICULAR NUCLEUS
  • ADRENALINE

5. THE PARAVENTRICLUAR NUCLEUS IS ACTIVATED WHICH LEADS TO..

  • AN INCREASE IN HEART RATE, BLOOD PRESSURE, AND CARDIAC OUTPUT
  • THE PRODUCTION OF A CHEMICAL MESSENGER- CORTICOTROPHIN-RELEASING HORMONE (INTO BLOODSTREAM)
  • THE PRODUCTION AND RELEASE OF ADRENOCORTICOTROPHIC HORMONE

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