Daily Productive Sharing 291 - How to Cope With Fight or Flight Response?

Daily Productive Sharing 291 - How to Cope With Fight or Flight Response?
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The fight or flight response is a physiological response that occurs when people are stressed, and Andleeb Asghar describes in today's article how this response occurs - when the hypothalamus receives a signal of stress or panic, the sympathetic nervous system is activated. It sends signals to the adrenal glands, triggering the release of adrenaline. This activates the fight or flight response - our whole body becomes tense, our heart rate and blood pressure increase, our breathing quickens: we are ready for action.

As for how to deal with this reaction, Andleeb also gives his own advice.

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  1. try to relax
  2. try counseling
  3. try to distract

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战斗或逃跑反应是人们遇见压力时产生的生理反应,Andleeb Asghar 在今天的文章里介绍了这种反应产生的机理 -- 当下丘脑接收到一个紧张或惊恐的信号时,交感神经系统被激活。它向肾上腺发送信号,引发肾上腺素的释放。这激活了战斗或飞行反应 -- 我们的整个身体变得紧张,我们的心率和血压增加,我们的呼吸加快:我们已经准备好采取行动。

至于如何应对这种反应,Andleeb 也给出了自己的建议:

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