Aumsum Why does our heart beat faster when in danger?

Human Body, Human Body, The more you know
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In stressful or displeasing situations, when a part of the brain called amygdala receives unpleasant information from our senses, it generates a response of fear or danger and sends it to hypothalamus. This eventually results in a increase in heart rate.

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