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Human Performance and Limitations Question Bank - 040-03-06 Human overload and underload - Q7536  Human Performance and Limitations Question Bank - 040-03-06 Human overload and underload - Q7536 Dauntless Software

According to the different phases of the General Adaptation Syndrom check the following statements:
  1. During the alarm phase stress hormones (i.e. adrenalin) will cause a masaiv release of glucose into the blood, an acceleration of pulse and blood pressure as well as an increase in the rate and depth of breathing.
  2. During the resistance phase the parasympathetic system uses a different type of hormone (cortisol) assisting to convert fat into sugar thus providing sufficient energy supply to the brain and body cells for sustained operation.
  3. During the exhaustion phase the body has to be given time to eliminate the waste products which have been generated excessively during the two proceeding phases.
A. 2 and 3 are correct, 1 is false.
B. 1, 2 and 3 are correct.
C. 1 and 2 are correct, 3 is false.
D. Only 1 is correct.


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