The hormonal boss of metabolism. 😄
What is hypophysis?
The pituitary gland or hypophysis is an endocrine gland of about 1 centimeter located in the head.
It is located near the hypothalamus, to which it is connected by the pituitary stalk.
It helps regulate several functions:
- Water balance.
- Response to stress.
- Blood pressure.
The pituitaries secrete a large number of hormones:
- Growth hormone.
- Follicle-stimulating hormone.
- Luteinizing hormone.
- Thyroid-stimulating hormone.
- Adrenocorticotropic hormone.
- Melanocyte-stimulating hormone.
They participate in the management and balance of the endocrine system and the central nervous system.
Transformation of the pituitary gland
The human being is transforming, and as such the pituitary gland is changing.
Its mutation will influence all the glands, which are called to secrete new hormones.
These will make the organs more efficient.
Communication with the cells
The pituitary glands will manage all the information coming from :
- The cells.
- The transformation particles.
The cells will transmit their needs more efficiently.
Thus, the hormonal balance and the regulation of the metabolism will be reinforced.
- The mutation of the hypophysis will promote:
- An awakening of the cognitive functions.
- A reduction in sleepiness.
- An increase in memory.
- A decrease in hyperactivity.
- A better management of stress by the neurons.
3rd eye chakra
The pituitary gland is associated with the third eye chakra.
They are in constant connection with the spirit.
Ultimately, their association will promote direct access to universal knowledge.
What is the true role of the pituitary gland?
As a master gland, it has many roles to ensure the balance of the metabolism and the nervous system.
Its ongoing transformation will enhance cellular communication and cognitive abilities.