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HORMONES. Relationship between organs and hormones. Part 1.

The word "hormone" is of Greek origin, meaning "to excite." What do hormones stimulate? How and for what? ️First of all, hormones affect our emotional background, make us more receptive,...

The word "hormone" is of Greek origin, meaning "to excite." What do hormones stimulate? How and for what?

️First of all, hormones affect our emotional background, make us more receptive, vulnerable or persistent, humble.

Emotions can cause the body to relax or spasm, causing discomfort and stress to certain organs. As a result, the blood supply to the area is reduced, which means that the supply of nutrients and hormones is also reduced, which leads to the deterioration of the functioning of the endocrine organs and further hormonal imbalance.

Just as hormones, like pathogens, tell organs to work or rest.

So let's talk about the relationship between organs and hormones.

Endocrine glands deliver all the substances they produce directly into the blood of the body. This feature is reflected in their name (endocrine gland or endocrine gland), which is derived from the Greek words "endo" meaning "deep" and "crino" meaning "secreting".

The main endocrine glands include:


pituitary gland;

pineal gland;

thyroid gland;

parathyroid glands;

pancreatic islet cells;

adrenal glands;

male testicles and female ovaries;

placenta during pregnancy.

The hypothalamus is the center for regulating the production of endocrine gland hormones and their release into the blood.

It is located in the brain, where hormones called "Liberins" are produced - stimulators of another central endocrine organ - the pituitary gland.

Liberins "come" to the pituitary gland from the hypothalamus and stimulate the pituitary gland to produce its own hormones - tropins (the main one of which is the growth hormone "Somatotropin").

From the pituitary gland, growth hormone enters the bloodstream and affects all cells and organs, stimulating the biosynthesis of proteins and nucleic acids, cell division, tissue growth and the entire organism.

However, the liver is more stimulated to produce prohormones, the building blocks of all endocrine organs.

By the way, the liver plays a key role in hormone metabolism. A synthetic substance involved in the formation of cell membranes of all body organs and tissues - Cholesterol, from which all steroid hormones (androgens, glucocorticoids, estrogens, aldosterone) are formed.

When the liver function is disturbed in the body, the amount of hormones of the adrenal cortex increases, which are not completely broken down, which leads to many diseases.

Thus, due to the accumulation of mineralocorticoid hormone (aldosterone) in the body, water and sodium are retained in the body, resulting in edema, increased blood pressure, etc.

Also, the liver basically inactivates thyroid hormones, insulin, sex hormones, antidiuretic hormones, as well as neurotransmitters (serotonin, catecholamines, histamine and other substances) if there was a sudden jump. Thus, the liver helps maintain a balance in the formation and utilization of hormones.

This is your recovery chain:

microflora and intestines

thyroid, pancreas, etc.

So gradually, without skipping any stage, you will reach your health awakening.

Every year, science gets to know the body more and more, discovers new hormones and studies how they interact with all organs. So I want to summarize everything that has been said before.

The formation of hormones has a long chain:

it starts with the quality work of your mucosa, with the balance of bacteria;

then the hormonal system passes the stage of formation of prohormones in the liver and these particles pass through the endocrine organs to form the hormones themselves, and first of all to the adrenal glands, ovaries, to the placenta during pregnancy and to the testicles - in men. and only then, in the presence of high-quality work of these organs, can we talk about the work of the pancreas, thyroid gland and other endocrine organs.

There will be an extension.....

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