The stress response is orchestrated by the release of glucocorticoids, epinephrine, and norepinephrine. This hormonal cascade forms the backbone of the body’s preparation for stress, but it also involves the suppression of other hormones related to reproduction, digestion, tissue repair, and growth. Beyond the fight or flight reaction, the endocrine stress response includes slower-acting hormones […]
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Stress can have a positive or negative impact on the person depending on what type it is.