Hormones are regulated by other hormones, glands and organs, and by a negative feedback mechanism.
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Hormones are classified into two main types:
Hormones regulate various biological activities, for example, growth, development, reproduction, energy use and storage, water and electrolyte balance.
Hormones are molecules that function as chemical messengers in the body's endocrine system. Specific organs and glands produce them, and then they are secreted into the blood and other bodily fluids.
While hormones in the blood come in contact with a number of cells, they influence only the cells which have receptors for each specific hormone.
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Hypersensitivity reactions are an overreaction of the immune system to an antigen which would not normally trigger an immune response. The antigen may be something which would in most people be ignored – peanuts, for example, or it may originate from the body. In either case, the damage and clinical symptoms result from the body’s response to the substance rather than damage caused by the substance itself.
Hormones are chemicals produced by various glands, called the endocrine system, whose primary function is to communicate between two glands or between a gland and an organ focusing on: mood regulation, pleasure, pain relief etc.
Neurotransmitters are like hormones but they are produced in the brain and send messages using the nervous system.
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