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4.2 Increased secretion of adrenaline

Hypersensitive auditory perception: inaccurate hearing, bad hearing, tinnitus, hearing sensitive to sounds within the body; problems with listening comprehension or with understanding and recalling spoken instructions; inaccurate hearing the mother tongue: delayed development of speech and language because of problems with distinguishing short and long vowels and consonants (in Finnish) or problems with perceiving longer words or sentences: terse or slow speech; difficult or inaccurate naming; lots of filling words or repetition; difficulty in concentrating on listening to the content of  speech, e.g. difficulty in interpreting nuances of meaning; listening to speech with a literal attitude with no sense of humor.

Disturbed function of the sense of touch and feeling: weak responses: e.g. the skin doesn't feel cold, heat or (normal) touch -> vague memory of feeling may result in difficulty in adjusting to other people's sentiments and/or lack of empathy.

Oversensitive sense of feeling under the skin (in the muscles): painful treating experiences: e.g. excessive fear for seeing blood, being injected or treated by a dentist.

Oversensitive sense of touch and feeling: even a light touch feels like a hit on the skin; the seams of the clothes irritates; fear for being hurt; difficulty in controlling emotions; cries easily; prone to strong empathy, different  phobias, panic or depression; skin reacts very easily on hot, cold or touch; prone to shyness, loneliness; fear for being alone -> dependence on pals, friends, family, etc. See Mental health.

Oversensitive and/or inaccurate perception of the senses; the stress of the brain; disturbed (short) working memory.

Increase in the secretion of insulin: controls sugar increased by adrenaline and disturbs sugar and fat metabolism:;  disturbs the secretion of any other hormones; overweight; eating disorders: long intervals between meals; anorexia; bulimia; repeated hunger for sweet snacks. Problems in any tissue or organ caused by insulin resistance; different kinds of (benign or malign) tumors; childlessness; menses and/or menopause with several issues; problems with pregnancy; childbirth; deviations in the growth of height.   See Insulin and its dangers;

Increase in the secretion of cortisol: protects the heart from the stress caused by adrenaline; disturbs fluid and salt metabolism: removes salt from blood and fluid from anywhere in the body  to store the salt in the fluid tissue; struma; overweight; repeated (intense) thirst; hunger for salt;  problems caused by drying in any tissue or organ e.g. joints, skin, mucous membraenes, eyes, ears, mouth, respiratory or digestive organs, genitals, reproductive organs: endometriosis, polycystic ovary syndrome, vulvodynia, vestibulitis;  Sjogren's syndrome, etc. different cysts; allergies; asthma; heartburn; nausea. Removed salt may be crystallized in several places in the body: i.e. in the kidneys, joints.

Increase in the secretion of cortisol: protects the heart from the stress caused by adrenaline: decreases leucocytes from the blood: weakens immunity; lowers fever but prevents inflammations from healing; latent inflammations; increased predisposition to inflammations; autoimmune diseases.

Peripheral blood circulation gets worse: cold feet or hands; red, blue or white fingers; fragile nails or hair; dry skin on the feet and hands; early grey hair or scalp.

The heart and greater circulation: pulse rate accelerates, blood pressure rises.

A lot of sweat; sweat with strong smell.

Difficulty in falling asleep; different sleep disorders; sleep apnea.

The following chapter 4.3 Internal stress in the body and brain