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Physiological Effects

In an emergency situation, one of the first things that happens in your brain is that:

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You lose access to critical thinking, or the problem-solving area of your brain.

You retain access to the muscle-memory, or trained area of your brain.

Physical Effects

LOSS OF FINE MOTOR SKILLS

Your body increases your ability to perform Gross Motor Skills, but this reduces your ability to perform fine motor skills, such as dialing a phone

AUDITORY EXCLUSION

Your brain tries to help you focus on what it thinks is most important for you to hear, and it filters out noises that it deems unnecessary for you.

TUNNEL VISION

Your vision shrinks or reduces to what is right in front of you, restricting your peripheral vision.