Home Parents Health Blog Rush in Adrenaline

Rush in Adrenaline

angry adrenaline

Rush in Adrenaline

Ever seen a man yell for no reason? Or a woman shouting on top of her voice? And, that too – for no reason ! All of a sudden, you find aghast looking at him, “Hey, why are you yelling?” and the anger reaches to top high, leaving you frustrated and shouting back. Yes, this common and mostly found amongst teenagers and married couples. 

 Angry outbursts and they are referred to harsh tones – violent behavior patterns and reactions which are beyond control. They occur due to a number of reasons. This is typically due to a rush of adrenaline in the body, often known as the “fight or flight” response. It tends to just make the angry outbursts worse, because physiologically, it is very difficult to control this adrenaline response. Attitude and it depends on individual nature. How a person usually responds to anger can cause angry outbursts to look different in each person.  Sometimes, it is yelling or in some case, abusive attitude. Even, sarcastic remarks or maybe, violent behavior or unacceptable approach. Sometimes the person experiencing the outburst will legitimately feel as if it is beyond his or her control. Knowing that he/she is wrong, frustrate and feel sorry for self too. At this point, it is time for the person to seek professional help.

Some people cannot express, cannot open their heart as to what they feel inside. In such pitiable situation, they tend to burst anger in a rush of adrenaline. Some people with alcohol habits are found abusing and so do we find, some people angrily reflect their mental disorder of stress and depression due to some or the other reason. Some outbursts can be attributed to low blood sugar. These people often flare up and experience short breadth, increased heart rate, warming in face and body. It is basically due to rush of Adrenaline in the body.

It is noted, the adrenal glands are found directly above the kidneys in the human body, and are roughly 3 inches ( 7.62 cm) in length. Adrenaline is one of several hormones produced by these glands. Along with norepinephrine and dopamine, it is a catecholamine, which is a group of hormones released in response to stress as per the revealed findings. These three hormones react with various body tissues, preparing the body to react physically to the stress causing situation. And, in stress situation, the body react to situations. It is here that the blood is redirected towards the heart, lungs and major muscle groups. During this situation, the hypothalamus in the brain signals the adrenal glands to release adrenaline and other hormones directly into the bloodstream. The body’s systems react to these hormones within seconds, giving the person a nearly instant physical boost. Strength and speed both increase, while the body’s ability to feel pain decreases. This hormonal surge is often referred to as an “adrenaline rush.”

I particularly refer to a Book ‘Your Killer Emotions’ by Ken Lindner which puts you in the driver’s seat of your life!

Remember, Your Health is more important than anything else. 

{loadposition rush}

 Video – How to control your Killer Emotions
{loadposition rushvid}











Mood Swings – Take a Break
Tame Temper : In moms Zone


Please enter your comment!
Please enter your name here

eighteen + 11 =