Definition of 'endorphin'
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Laughter sends chemicals called endorphins whizzing around your body to make you feel naturally high.PCOS DIET BOOK: How you can use the nutritional approach to deal with polycystic ovary syndrome (2002) The Sun (2007) Times, Sunday Times (2012) PCOS DIET BOOK: How you can use the nutritional approach to deal with polycystic ovary syndrome (2002) The Sun (2010)
Red chilli found in the takeaway favourite sparks a release of feel-good hormones called endorphins.The Sun (2009) The Sun (2011) Times, Sunday Times (2016)
It's because of the endorphins in the brain.Times, Sunday Times (2010)
We love to tan because of neurological reactions between the skin and the brain - endorphins and all that.Times, Sunday Times (2008)
As with fasting, excessive exercise releases endorphins in the brain which causes the anorexic to feel "high".Beyond Chaotic Eating (1993)
When his hand grazed hers as they sat next to each other at church, she felt a surprising rush of endorphins.Christianity Today (2000)
Music is also known to release endorphins - hormones that lift mood and might give us the motivation to carry on with exercise.The Sun (2011) Times, Sunday Times (2013)
Not only that, your body produces feel-good hormones called endorphins.The Sun (2012) The Sun (2008)
It releases endorphins, natural feel-good chemicals that fight pain.The Sun (2013)
As soon as we smell the stuff our brains release feel-good endorphins into our systems, boosting our mood instantly.The Sun (2014)
Your dress will fit better and feel-good endorphins will flood your system, making your smile as broad as those footsteps while out jogging.The Sun (2015)
The combination of punching and quick movement will work up a sweat, help get the row off your chest and release the feel-good endorphins.The Sun (2010)
A quick jig will not only warm you up but will also release endorphins, those feel-good chemicals in the brain.Times, Sunday Times (2008)
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