The adrenal glands are small, triangular-shaped endocrine organs located on top of both kidneys.
The fundamental role in our body is to release certain hormones directly into the bloodstream, many of which have to do with the way the body responds to stress.
One of the most important functions is the fight or flight response.
When a person is stressed or scared, that is, when they are experiencing a dangerous situation, the adrenal gland releases a torrent of hormones, such as adrenaline and cortisol, and these increase the heart rate, raise blood pressure, increase the supplies of energy, sharpen concentration, and slow down other bodily processes so the body can escape or fight a threat.
The adrenaline that is released when I am in a state of excitement will have the effect of stimulating me and making me creative or, conversely, it may cause me great discomfort.
An excessive accumulation of stress leads to total exhaustion.
I can relate this danger to a situation in my life in which I am afraid of losing something, it may be time, money, job, partner, etc., as a result of having made a “bad decision”, for being on a “track bad”, which can be real, imagined or symbolic.
Perhaps for having chosen a “wrong direction” or not being able to find my true path in my life.
“I feel panic to go wrong direction in life”
What am I doing here? “I am lost, out of the herd”,
“I don’t know what to do or where to go”,
“I have the wrong direction; I am doing something that I do not want to do”
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