An elevated troponine level is a marker for a potential increase in stress levels.

When elevated, troponins are elevated and they can cause a spike in adrenaline and adrenaline receptors.

This increases your stress hormone levels, and it can cause you to react impulsively, like jumping into a rush of adrenaline and adrenalin.

But if the elevated tropons level goes up too much, it can be a sign that your stress levels are too high.

You may feel more anxious, agitated, depressed, irritable, or even a little anxious.

Elevated tropons can be caused by a number of things, including: Chronic stress, including a lack of sleep or anxiety, illness, or trauma