Today’s article is about how our hormones can directly influence our emotions.
If you understand the biochemical work of our body, you will be able to cope with diseases on your own without
FEAR – the hormone adrenaline
The biochemical effect of adrenaline is vasoconstriction.
If the vessels are narrowed, ischemia or incomplete blood flow occurs (when the vessel is narrowed and there is little blood).
The main symptom of ischemia is pain. Any pain in the body is fear.
My head hurts, my stomach hurts, my legs ache, and all that hurts is fear. Infertility is an under blood and this is also
ANGER – the hormone norepinephrine
The biochemical effect of norepinephrine.
It’s the flow of blood to the muscles in order to escape or repel a blow to the enemy.
SADNESS – the hormone melatonin
Melatonin is produced in the pineal gland at night when we do not move when we sleep.
Remember how you cry when no one sees you.
You lie down, close your eyes, and cry into your pillow – melatonin is produced.
Seasonal depressions occur when there is little sunlight.
We get to work – it’s dark, we come home from work – it’s dark, while we move a little, a lot of melatonin is produced,
and we all walk in sadness.
JOY – the hormone serotonin
Serotonin is a derivative of melatonin.
The more we sleep, the more we are sad; the more joy we have, the more serotonin we produce, and the higher the life potential.
If you suppress your sadness, this automatically you suppress your joy.
When we don’t allow ourselves to be upset, we automatically don’t allow ourselves to be happy.
If we sleep well and deeply, then in the morning we will have high serotonin levels.
What you need to do so that melatonin turns into serotonin: you need to turn on bright lights early in the morning,
in all rooms, turn on very vigorous music, and start moving.
Do some simple exercises: raise your hands up and start lifting knees higher than 90 degrees and smile.
This will provide you with serotonin production, which means you will have fun all day long.
And if you feel sad and want to cry, do not deny yourself this: turn off the light, go to bed and cry properly for 10-15
minutes, let the tears flow because when tears run in a stream, endorphins are produced compensatory.
Endorphins are secreted in our brains.
These are our internal opioids, analogs of heroin, morphine, this is our high, an internal drug.
Endogenous opioids give us a sense of hope that everything will be fine.
This is the most life-affirming emotion because it leads us to procreation.
There is a storm of hormones here. Therefore, lovers are ready to move mountains, ready to change everything in
life, energy splashes over the edge.
During this period, men and women produce a lot of hormones, more than in the usual state.
Women have estrogens, men have androgens.
In women, capulins (pheromones), in men, the male pheromone androstadienone.
A large amount of pheromones in women is produced in the middle of the cycle, and during this period women are
most attractive to men.
Women excrete their capulins with vaginal secretions and sweat.
Men also release their pheromones with sweat and sperm.
During the period of attraction, we include endogenous opioids, endorphins, and enkephalins, all of which cause
the feeling of complete euphoria.
These substances have an analgesic effect and therefore lovers do not feel mental pain and they are not sensitive to
the pain of other people, because they are high.
Finylethylamine creates a feeling of attraction to a particular person.
How do we fall for someone?
With short-term visual contact, when something childish from memory is actualized, we “fall” on a specific person.
At the mention of their name, at the memory, at the sight of the photograph, at the sound of their voice, a huge
amount of phenylethylamine is released.
This continues during a period of acute love for up to three years.
Dopamine is responsible for motor activity, for cognitive activity, a person becomes interested, life becomes eventful.
This storm of hormones happens when a person has an attraction.
But this does not only happen with sexual attraction, all the same, biochemical processes but to a lesser extent, occur
when we have a PURPOSE.
You get the same “drugs” if you set yourself a goal.
Serotonin and dopamine satisfy the needs, during this period there are no unmet needs, you want to move more,
more strength and energy appear.
Therefore, an attraction in a broad sense is the desire to do something.
Hate – acetylcholine
Activates the vagus, the cranial vagus nerve, which is responsible for excessive salivation so that you vomit.
If you suppress fear, the emotion you will feel is anger; when you suppress anger, the emotion you will feel is
sadness; if you suppress sadness, then the emotion you will feel is disgust.
LOVE – the hormone oxytocin
There is also the hormone prolactin, which is responsible for attachment.
A woman has a lot of Prolactin hormone when she is breastfeeding.
Due to the fact that she is breastfeeding, she has a maternal instinct.
If a woman releases milk before giving birth, she is already attached and loves the baby.
If she is not well with lactation, they have a less maternal instinct and less attachment to the baby.
Oxytocin hormone is secreted in both women and men.
It stands out during caresses, when people overlap their needs, during an erection in men, not during
intercourse, but before.
Oxytocin hormones are also produced when a woman gives birth when the uterus contracts.
Therefore, love and sex are tied.
Oxytocin is a hormone that also affects our sense of trust in a person.
It’s not really an emotion, it’s a behavioral manipulative response.
Resentment is a cocktail of emotions: sadness, anger, desire.
The desire for a person to satisfy our needs, and if they don’t satisfy it, then there is a desire to take revenge.
When a person is offended, they release melatonin (sadness), norepinephrine (anger), and attraction.
Desire is the storm of hormones that I wrote above.
Imagine this is all tied to one person. Imagine how delicious it is to be offended!
What a thrill! And if we succeed, then our need will also be satisfied, and this is oxytocin.
Getting off this needle is simply unrealistic. This is 5-6 years of personal therapy.
Greed, guilt, shame, jealousy, envy
All of them are also not purely emotions, they are behavioral cocktails based on hormones.
For example, greed: fear, sadness, and desire.
Jealousy: anger, sadness, attraction.
On a biochemical level, jealousy and resentment are one and the same, as the same hormones are to blame for them.
Jealousy and resentment is the idea that a partner owes me something (be faithful, keep agreements, etc.).
Resentment and jealousy are a manipulative reaction. Envy and greed are the same biochemistry.
I divide greed into greed and stinginess.
When a person has accumulated a lot of emotions and he does not want to part with them, with old ideas, with old
feelings – this is greed, but at the physical level, it is constipation and varicose veins.
What are varicose veins?
Arteries bring blood to the body and the body lives and experiences joy (serotonin), all diseases associated with
arteries are a blockage of joy.
Veins carry the waste blood back to oxygenate it.
And when the veins stagnate, it’s varicose veins.
Veins expand, there are no valves to return blood and waste, unnecessary blood stands, and does not go anywhere.
And this means the mechanism of giving back the old one does not work for a person.
They cannot recognize their old strategies as ineffective.
Therefore, walk more, move, raise your legs above your head.
For the body, this is new, unreal and it will be a cure.
Greed is about any accumulation, from ordinary obesity, puffiness, ending with fibroids, fibromas, lipomas, any
Everything that is stagnant in the body, everything that is unnecessary and redundant, everything that the body does
not need is all about greed.
Guilt is also an emotional-behavioral response.
Wine is designed to be able to compensate for the damage caused.
Guilt and shame are different. Shame is when we did something socially unacceptable.
We blush to show someone that we know that we are doing something unacceptable, but if no one knew about it and
they didn’t catch me, they didn’t see me, then we would have done the same, but no longer blushing …
Guilt is an emotional complex that helps to compensate for the damage done to another person.
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