Norepinephrine refers to Neurotransmitter active in the central and peripheral nervous systems , controlling heart rate, blood pressure, and respiration, among other functions . Because of the role of Norepinephrine in the body’s alarm reaction, it may also contribute generally and indirectly to panic attacks and other disorders. Norepinephrine is also known as Noradrenaline.

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