Acceleration Effects

Acceleration Effects

physiological, biochemical, or psychological changes in the body resulting from acceleration imposing g-forces greater than 1. Examples include displacement of body fluids, changes in pupil size, changes in or disturbances of heart rhythm, increases in blood pressure, deficiency of oxygen in the blood (see hypoxemia), disorientation and confusion, amnesia, grayout, blackout, and gravity-induced loss of consciousness.

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