Sympathetic Nervous System | what is?

The Sympathetic Nervous System controls the the body’s stress response. It’s main function is to constrict blood vessels, dilate pupils, speed up heart rate, raise blood pressure, and perspiration.

The system is always involved in the fight-or-flight response, which is an automatic reaction to potential danger that typically results in accelerated heart rate and increase in metabolic rate.

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