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  • Chocolate is one of the world’s most beloved discoveries, and when we need a quick boost of energy and endorphins, chocolate is the go-to treat.

    "10 Exciting Chocolate Dessert Recipes" by Marcus Samuelsson, www.huffingtonpost.com. October 11, 2011.
  • There is physical evidence of the body's response to doing good. Endorphins are released in the brain when you do something for someone else. Doing good really feels good.

    Feel Good   Brain   Body  
  • Falling in love is when the presence of this person makes you release all kinds of substances in your brain, serotonins and endorphins. The moment you break up with that same person, you feel like a junkie who is not getting the drug anymore. Many times I've heard people say, "I'm in love with falling in love". You get all the best and all the worst in the same place.

    Source: www.sbs.com.au
  • Being in good physical shape is the best way to combat depression. You just have endorphins running around your body. It is the best anti-depressive that there is.

    Running   Body   Shapes  
    "Biography / Personal Quotes". www.imdb.com.
  • There's really no such thing as the agony of dying. I'm quite sure that pain is shut off at the moment of death. You see, something happens when the body knows it's about to go. Peptide hormones are released by cells in the hypothalamus and pituitary gland. Endorphins. They attach themselves to the cells responsible for feeling pain.

    Pain   Cells   Agony  
  • But countless studies have shown that a cue and a reward, on their own, aren't enough for a new habit to last. Only when your brain starts expecting the reward--craving the endorphins or sense of accomplishment--will it become automatic to lace up your jogging shoes each morning. The cue, in addition to triggering a routine, must also trigger a craving for the reward to come.

  • For me, exercise is more mental than physical. I crave it for my sanity. Not just the endorphins, but my energy, confidence, and relaxation are all motivated by it.

  • One study found that people who just thought about watching their favorite movie actually raised their endorphin levels by 27 percent.

    People   Levels   Study  
    Source: time.com
  • The health benefits, both mental and physical, of humor are well documented. A good laugh can diffuse tension, relieve stress, and release endorphins into your system, which act as a natural mood elevator. In Norman Cousin's book, Anatomy of an Illness, Cousin's describes the regimen he followed to overcome a serious debilitating disease he was suffering from. It included large doses of laughter and humor. Published in 1976, his book has been widely accepted by the medical community.

  • I think I just get excited by music, and, like, singing is a very physical thing. It releases endorphins in your body. You're using almost muscle in there, and I think that adrenaline really helps to kind of make the songs fresh every time.

    Song   Thinking   Singing  
  • Brain wave tests prove that when we use positive words, our "feel good" hormones flow. Positive self-talk releases endorphins and serotonin in our brain, which then flow throughout our body, making us feel good. These neurotransmitters stop flowing when we use negative words.

  • Near-death experiences release a lot of endorphins, resulting in a natural high," Tod whispered. "And it's totally true that one passion feeds another." "You know we're way past 'near-death', right?" "My endorphins aren't listening to you.

    Rachel Vincent (2012). “Before I Wake”, p.134, Harlequin
  • When I’m working 16-hour days and I can’t work out, I get angry very easily. It’s because I’m missing all those good endorphins. For me, exercise equals happiness.

  • The discovery of DMT in the human body stimulated much less fanfare than did that of endorphins. Anti-psychedelic-drug sentiment sweeping the USA at the time actually turned researchers against studying endogenous DMT. The discoverers of endorphins, in contrast, won Nobel Prizes.

    Discovery   Usa   Dmt  
  • When you release endorphins, you just feel good.

  • I am trying to release endorphins here. I am not preaching to you - I am trying to make you laugh.

    "Jimmy Carr interview: Motormouth reflects on the crazy world of stand-up comedy". www.mirror.co.uk. November 18, 2011.
  • I did get a huge endorphin rush when I was able to crack a system because it was like a video game.

    Games   Cracks   Video  
    "Kevin Mitnick, Former Fugitive Hacker, Laments How The Game Has Changed". Interview with Gerry Smith, www.huffingtonpost.com. August 16, 2011.
  • You get addicted to emotions. Our endorphins kick in and it's like a high. On the low end you might love roller coasters. On the high end you might be a bank robber or something.

  • When you create you get a little endorphin rush. Why do you think Einstein looked like that?

  • When your eyes are softly focused on the horizon for sustained periods, your brain releases endorphins. It's the same as a runner's high. These days, we spend our lives staring at screens twelve inches in front of us.

    Eye   Brain   Horizon  
    Maria Semple (2012). “Where'd You Go, Bernadette”, p.228, Hachette UK
  • Thought reflexes get conditioned very strongly, and they are very hard to change. And the also interfere. A reflex may connect to the endorphins and produce an impulse to hold that whole pattern forther. In other words, it produces a defensive reflex. Not merely is it stuck because it's chemically so well built up, but also there is a defensive reflex which defends against evidence which might weaken it. Thus it all happens, one reflex after another after another. It's just a vast system of reflexes. And they form a 'structure' as they get more rigid.

    May   Patterns   Might  
  • I need an endorphin boost.” “And making out in an abandoned barn with me will give you one?” “No, it will probably put me in an endorphin coma, and I’m more than happy to test the theory.

    Giving   Barns   Needs  
    Becca Fitzpatrick (2012). “Finale”, p.40, Simon and Schuster
  • [On creating] And you get that little endorphin buzz, it's great. Why do you think Einstein looked like that? I don't think he was going "You know this is some dynamite weed! It's all relative you know."

    Weed   Thinking   Littles  
    "Inside the Actors Studio (Season 7, Episode 14: Robin Williams)". Talk-Show, June 10, 2001.
  • There is something so rewarding about dancing. It's almost spiritual - you let loose, you feel free, you get endorphins from the exercise.

    "Julianne Hough's Secrets for Staying Fit, Sexy and Satisfied". Interview with Ashley Mateo, www.self.com. November 11, 2011.
  • Dance releases endorphin chemicals into your brain and makes you feel alive and wanting to get on with the rest of your day. That positivity can help you to communicate better with other people because it gives you a much better mind set. Socially it brings you together with people.

    Source: www.bbc.co.uk
  • Attention is the way social primates measure status. It is highly rewarding because it causes the release of brain chemicals such as dopamine and endorphins.

    Brain   Attention   Way  
  • There's nothing like the endorphins from being fit, and the incredible endorphin rush that goes with that. It beats drugs, drink, and almost anything else I know.

    Drug   Fit   Incredibles  
    "Richard Branson: Interview With ORIGIN Magazine". Interview with Maranda Pleasant, www.huffingtonpost.com. December 18, 2012.
  • When you’re in love, your brain secretes endorphins into your blood. Organic morphine leaks out of a gland in your skull, feels like a low-grade opium rush. Some people confuse the two, the head rush and the love. You think you’re in love with a person, but you’re in love with a syringe.

    Love You   Thinking   Two  
    Craig Clevenger (2005). “The Contortionist's Handbook”
  • There is an endorphin rush that comes when you puke. It's kind of like a runners wall. Once you cross that wall, once you cross that party wall and you puke, you do get a rush. There are good chemicals there. And also, you've made more room in your gut, in your stomach, in your gullet for more content, whether it be fluids or foods.

    Wall   Party   Rooms  
    Source: collider.com
  • I like to dry brush which is really detoxifying for the skin. Exercise is also really important for me for balance and to get those endorphins going.

    Source: www.elle.com
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