What Does the Hypothalamus Do?

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What does the hypothalamus do? A lot. Check this out!

0:00 What is the hypothalamus?
0:55 What does the hypothalamus do?
3:28 Inflammation in the hypothalamus
5:33 What you could do for the hypothalamus
6:14 Bulletproof your immune system *free course!

Today I’m going to cover what the hypothalamus is and what it does. The hypothalamus represents one percent of the brain. But it’s one of the most active parts of the brain. It’s half gland and half nervous system. It’s half endocrine system and half autonomic nervous system. The endocrine system makes hormones as communication, and the autonomic nervous system uses neurotransmitters as communication.

The hypothalamus controls many different things, including:
• Urination
• Appetite
• Temperature
• Stress
• Reproduction
• Fluid
• Salt
• Glucose levels
• Sleep cycles
• Metabolism
• Smell
• Blood pressure
• Thirst
• Growth
• Sex

The hypothalamus is all about homeostasis. You have sensors all over your body. There is a lot of sensory information going into the body, causing the hypothalamus to make adjustments. It’s like a thermostat that increases or decreases function, but the overall goal is to keep things at a constant. It’s all about balance.

The goal of the hypothalamus is to respond to sensory information and make adjustments to the entire body, adapting to what’s happening for the goal of creating homeostasis or balance.

It’s possible to develop inflammation in the hypothalamus. This can come from overnutrition. Overnutrition basically means you’re consuming too many calories. The real problem is that most of these calories are probably carbs. Too many carbs could potentially cause the hypothalamus to become inflamed and can cause metabolic syndrome. I believe metabolic syndrome is really high insulin, which is caused by insulin resistance.

In my opinion, to get rid of metabolic syndrome, you need to decrease inflammation. To get rid of inflammation, you may want to get on the healthy keto plan and do intermittent fasting.

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Thanks for watching! I hope this helps you better understand the hypothalamus and what it does.
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