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Blood pressure is normally tightly controlled in the face of large variations in blood flow required by activities such as vigorous exercise. The diameter of the blood vessels is under the influence of the so-called sympathetic nervous system. Impulses from the brain stimulate the release of a chemical substance, noradrenaline (1), from the nerve-endings close to the vessel walls. The noradrenaline then diffuses to the blood vessel wall, where it interacts with a specific molecular sit
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