Diets & Weight Loss

Epinephrine

Also known as adrenaline, a medication used to control bleeding and to prolong the effect of local anesthetics; works by constricting the blood vessels

Question: Epinephrine? Will epinephrine make me more aggressive? Like, say for example that I am really timid in football. If I take epinephrine will it just make me go crazy and be relentless? Thanks.

Answer: I think it's more for getting over hives. I wouldn't use it for sports. Use visualization. See yourself in your imagination, from OUTSIDE yourself. See yourself playing sports. Now, see yourself being stronger & more aggressive, when it's necessary. See yourself being applauded by your teammates & your coach yelling, "Great!" at you. That's better than weird drugs.

 


Epinephrine Related Products and News

Allergic Living

Epinephrine not always accessible to children with food allergies
Healio
 

Gov. Malloy signs new law at Weston High School

The Weston Forum
Gov. Dannel Malloy signs a ceremonial bill regarding the administration of epinephrine in public schools, with, from left, Helen Jaffe, state Rep. Kim Fawcett (R-133), Jamie Kapel, Weston First Selectman Gayle Weinstein, state Rep. John Shaban (R-135 ...
 

Auto-injector needle length may be inadequate to deliver epinephrine ...

7thSpace Interactive (press release)
The most frequently prescribed auto-injector in North America and Canada is the EpiPen(R), which has a needle length of 15.2 mm. Currently, it is unknown whether this needle length is adequate for intramuscular delivery of epinephrine in adult patients ...
 

Advocate of Epi-Pens in Schools Takes Fight to Sacramento (P.S. He's 10!)

Patch.com
Ten-year-old Christopher Olivier of Napa staunchly believes that all California public and charter schools should be stocked with the lifesaving epinephrine auto-injectors, commonly referred to as Epi-Pens. And he may be little -- but he is undaunted ...
 

Regina Leader-Post

Quebec mayor's death from wasps underscores need to be prepared
Prince George Citizen
 

Too much exercise can lead to illness

Walla Walla Union-Bulletin
This stress results in the release of norepinephrine, epinephrine, cortisol and other stress-related cytokines ? proteins that are produced by cells. Cytokines interact with cells of the immune system to regulate the body's response to disease and ...
 

Allergists Respond to Mayor's Death Due to Wasp Stings

Allergic Living
The CSACI statement reminds that ?in the event of an anaphylactic reaction, the first treatment is an intramuscular injection of epinephrine, followed by seeking emergency medical services.? It continues: ?If you have a history of anaphylaxis to insect ...
 

Safety Tip: Learn Infant CPR And First Aid

ScoopSanDiego.com
The course covers illnesses and injuries, bleeding and bandaging, allergic reactions and how to use an epinephrine pen, asthma, drowning, bites and stings, burns, choking, CPR, using an Automated External Defibrillator and how to help. What One Father ...
 

Death by bee sting rare but possible, McMaster allergist says

CBC.ca
She did not know that she was allergic ? if that was the case," Charron told The Canadian Press, noting that Roussel had emergency injectable epinephrine at her home because her late husband had been allergic. Dr. Susan Waserman, an allergist at ...
 

WalesOnline

Behind The Mic: Spotlight on Dean Burnett
WalesOnline