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You can be an athletic superstar just be switching a switch on your wrist. You can be an athletic superstar just be switching a switch on your wrist.


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You can be an athletic superstar just be switching a switch on your wrist.

 There are two (2) glands in your body that regulates your bodies ability to cope with stressful conditions. Each of these glands are attached to your kidneys.

 The adrenal glands are divided into two parts: outer glands (adrenal cortex) and inner glands (adrenal medulla). The inner glands produce adrenaline.

 The hypothalamus transmits a signal through autonomic nerves to the adrenal medullaWhen the adrenal glands receive the signal, they respond by releasing adrenaline into the bloodstream.

 I think it could be possible to tape into that nerve with a two-way (2) switch.

 Switch [ 1 ] allows the nerve signal to pass normally to the adrenal medulla.

 Switch [ 2 ] sends its own signal, not from your brain but from an electrical device that resembles a wristwatch. If you press the activation button, a signal is sent through the nerve that activating your adrenaline gland to produce adrenaline.

 The beauty of this device is that you can activate your adrenaline whenever you choose. It does not require external stress.

 What do you think, if you could get one, would you-?

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