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Submitted by aprea 1119d ago | opinion piece

The Fight-or-Fight-Later Response

Jackson W. Ryan of Dusty Cartridge writes: Our sympathetic nervous system is responsible for our body’s rapid response to acute stress, or fear. Through the various nerves that infiltrate all of our bodily organs, the sympathetic nervous system has near-instant access to regulation of the organs’ various processes. (Culture)

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