- n. Plural form of endorphin.
“The study's authors believe that when you experience a deep belly laugh -- literally laughing until it hurts -- it causes chemicals called endorphins, which produce mild euphoria and help dull pain, to be released into your body.”
“Research has shown that regular exercise releases feel-good brain chemicals called endorphins into the body, which boost your mood and reduce stress.”
“Increased stimulation to the nervous system to produce chemicals called endorphins that elevate mood and produce feelings of well-being and self confidence”
“Chocolate stimulates the release of brain opiates known as endorphins, which are chemically similar to morphine; in fact, the brain responds to them in the same way as it responds to morphine.”
“As oxytocin surges and your contractions grow more painful, the high oxytocin and pain levels signal your brain to release hormones called endorphins.”
“Exercise causes the brain to release chemicals called endorphins, which naturally make us feel happy and healthy.”
“When you exercise, the body naturally releases chemicals called endorphins that trigger positive feelings in the body and mind.”
“One of the best is physical exercise, which not only releases the feel-good neurotransmitters called endorphins, but also helps use up excess cortisol and adrenaline.”
“Some activityes as exercises or any other positive experiences are releasing some natural body chemicals called endorphins that are natural painkillers.”
“A flood of natural opiates called endorphins washes over the brain, bringing on both tranquillity and hallucinations, says Nuland.”
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