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3.2 A high level of adrenaline: the stress of the senses

If the sense of balance doesn't work properly the body and the brain are kept prisoner by one or more senses, because they can't transmit correct information from within and outside the body. This is partly due to muscular tension and partly to the increased secretion of adrenaline. The latter makes the senses work on the alert. That's why the senses may get hypersensitive or inaccurate or they may react very slowly and "non" sensitively. Disturbances in visual perception are caused by the tensed muscles guiding the eyes. Excessive adrenaline can also strain the sense of hearing as well as the senses of touch and feeling, disturbing e.g. the control of emotions and mental wellbeing.

The following chapter 3.3 Other effects of adrenaline