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Cortisol is going to go up, but it should go back down again.
“We get stressed out and flooded with cortisol,” Kaminsky explains.
Your body begins to secrete adrenaline, your cortisol levels rise, and your heart starts pumping faster.
This helps us regulate our cortisol and melatonin levels for a proper wake and sleep cycle.
Cortisol is bad for your brain, particularly the hippocampus, which encodes memories.The Science Behind Rick Perry’s Debate Brain Freeze|Sharon Begley|November 10, 2011|DAILY BEAST