Some people say that happiness is a state of mind. Scientists, on the other hand, believe it’s the byproduct of a group of hormones known as endorphins. If you’ve watched the smash comedy hit Legally Blonde, then you’ve probably heard that it’s the so-called “feel good” hormone. You may be asking yourself at this point, “What exactly is this brain chemical, and how does it produce happiness?” The science is pretty simple, actually.
All About Endorphins
Endorphins are a group of about 20 hormones that are produced naturally in the brain. They create that sensation of “feeling good” by reducing one’s sensation of pain, while also counteracting the negative effects of stress. When your body is flooded with endorphins, you are less likely to feel anxious, depressed, or stressed out. Read more on this article: