Hormones

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Last Updated: 02 May 2022
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Cortisol is a hormonal agent made by the 2 adrenal glands and it is essential forever. Located inside the brain, the pituitary gland manages the quantity of cortisol released by the adrenal glands. Specialists sometimes use synthetic cortisol-like substances recognized as corticosteroids to treat common cortisol-related disorders. Cortisol can: assist the body to take care of stress; convert protein into glucose to improve flagging blood glucose degrees; operate in tandem with the hormonal agent insulin to keep continuous blood sugar levels; decrease swelling; add to the upkeep of constant blood pressure; add to the functions of the immune system. Cortisone is used to take care of as opposed to deal with Addison's disease by changing the cortisol naturally produced by the body.

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