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en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Butterflies_in_the_stomach

Butterflies in the stomach is the physical sensation in humans of a "fluttery" feeling in the stomach, caused by a reduction of blood flow to the organ. This is as a ...

greatist.com/happiness/why-do-i-get-butterflies-my-stomach

May 18, 2012 ... Stress can cause some pretty weird feelings, and butterflies in the ... which release hormones including adrenaline and cortisol that can turn the ...

www.saywhydoi.com/butterflies-in-the-stomach-why-do-i-get-butterflies-in-my-stomach

Jul 6, 2011 ... The causes behind the butterflies in your stomach are changes in ... Three main adrenal hormones are responsible for the stress response:.

blogs.discovermagazine.com/crux/2017/02/21/butterflies-in-the-stomach-science

Feb 21, 2017 ... Rather than actual butterflies bouncing around your large intestine, ... Quite of bit of blood flow from the heart is directed to the stomach, and ...

www.washingtonpost.com/wp-dyn/content/article/2010/05/09/AR2010050902953.html

May 10, 2010 ... The experience is referred to as having "butterflies in your stomach." What's ... stomach. This and other hormonal changes may cause nausea.

www.quora.com/What-is-the-scientific-explanation-of-butterflies-in-the-stomach

The primary physical cause of the sensation is reduction of blood flow to the gastric system, and ... At the same time, the nervous system stimulates the adrenal glands, which release hormones including adrenaline and cortisol that can turn the ...

www.livestrong.com/article/434814-butterflies-in-the-stomach-hot-flashes

Dec 29, 2015 ... Stomach butterflies and increased sweating could signal a panic attack, a common ... Fluctuations in hormone levels, specfically a decrease in estrogen, may make you feel like the ... Causes of Hot Flashes in Young Women.

everydayfeminism.com/2012/12/the-neurobiology-behind-all-of-the-ridiculous-things-you-do-when-youre-in-love

Dec 8, 2012 ... Butterflies in your stomach. ... And it also causes us to act in some really bizarre ways. ... Cortisol is a stress hormone; Dopamine seeks out pleasure; Norepinephrine makes you highly excitable; Serotonin is a mood stabilizer.

www.thoughtco.com/the-chemistry-of-love-609354

Mar 15, 2017 ... Neurotransmitters are responsible for those butterflies you feel in the stomach! ... involved in feeling attachment, sweaty palms, butterflies in your stomach, etc. ... norepinephrine - When PEA causes this chemical to be released, you ... the release of oxytocin, which is sometimes called the 'cuddle hormone'.

www.nutritionalvalues.co.uk/adrenalandstress.php

This is because stress causes changes in the body's chemistry, altering the ... often we feel the urge to empty our bowels or at least get “butterflies in our tummy .