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What is compensated shock?

Updated: 4/28/2022
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There are several ways the body goes through shock; Compensated shock occurs when the body expects to see or feel something that will either frighten or cause the body pain, and the body prepares itself for this sudden event- muscles tighten, heart rate increases and gets that "dropped" feeling. When the event does not happen, your body still must go into shock in order to avoid injury from the sudden loosening of muscles ans raised rate.

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