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'Tickling' your ear could be good for your heart

Rsd/crps Vague nerve slows down the sympathetic nervous system

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http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Fight-or-flight_response

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How the Fight-or-Flight Response Prepares Your Body to Take Action

How the Fight-or-Flight Response Prepares Your Body to Take Action: The fight-or-flight response prepares your body to deal with stressors.

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How the Fight-or-Flight Response Prepares Your Body to Take Action

The fight-or-flight response is a physiological reaction that either prepares our bodies to stay and fight or to flee. Learn how this response works.

Fight or Flight response. Quick video that explains the physiology behind the response. Use it with PTSD kids and go into discussing how their fight or flight is in some ways stuck on. Discuss trauma triggers, bodily reactions, and coping skills

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How the Fight-or-Flight Response Prepares Your Body to Take Action

What Is the Acute Stress (Fight-Or-Flight) Response?

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Training the Emergency U-Turn For Reactive Dogs

Most people when thinking about personal defence, tend to think about person to person, or one person against many persons. But I would like to know how many of you think about and train protecting yourself from animals like dogs. I would bet not many.

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The Fight or Flight Response: An Example of Cell Communication. Travel inside the body and see how cell signaling brings about physiological...

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