Endorphins create the surging “second wind” and euphoric “runners high” feelings which alleviate anxiety.
Endorphins are natural peptide chemicals in your brain to help you feel more focused and pleasured, less impacted by pain, and put you in a better mood.
Endorphins bind to neuron receptors in your brain to help you overcome addiction, relieve stress, depression, and anxiety, keep your brain sharp and focused, help you overcome pain, and help you feel more deeply connected to others.
You can increase endorphins in your body by regularly exercising, eating a healthy diet (rich in protein, veggies, healthy fats, and antioxidants), laughing more, connecting with others, learning something new, incorporating your senses, and spending time in the sun.
Depression, chronic or intermittent, and general body aches are the two most common symptoms, and a person may also have a tendency to cry without a logical reason or feel pain more easily.
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Dopamine motivates you to take action toward your goals and gives you a surge of reinforcing pleasure when achieving them.
Serotonin flows when you feel significant or important. Loneliness and depression are present when serotonin is absent.
The release of oxytocin creates intimacy, trust, and strengthens relationships.
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