During emergency situations, the adrenal medulla produces adrenaline (epinephrine) which will boost energy and help increase the flow of blood. The situation is called as adrenaline rush.

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The sudden boost of energy, increased strength and extraordinary ability to lift very heavy objects especially during emergency situations like fire or flood is called adrenaline rush. It is a kind of hormone that is being produced and used by the body during emergency situations.