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Positivism Series 002

You love to feel good! Don’t we all? Get those endorphins going! Endorphins are druglike neurotransmitters released by the pituitary gland and hypothalamus in the brain. As natural hormones, they can alleviate pain, lower stress, improve mood, and enhance your sense of well-being.

Endorphins are the body's natural pain reliever and also promote pleasure. They're produced during activities such as exercise, sex, laughter, dancing, and listening to music.

When you inhale deeply, your heart rate increases slightly and as you exhale it slows. Repeated deep breaths should bring your heart rate more in alignment with your breath. This causes the brain to release endorphins which have a calming effect on the mind and body.

Getting in touch with your natural brain vibrations is another way to release endorphins, and you can literally do this anytime you wish. We call these alpha-brainwaves. It needs practice, but once you’ve mastered it you can do it easily. If this interests you then write to me on (ZAP 55 (11) 97607-6871), and I’ll help you get a rush of endorphins whenever and wherever you like for FREE.

Oh, and by the way, when you invest a little bit of time on your wellbeing every day, you become geared to achieving more out of life. Do it, and don't look back!

Have a great day!

Prof. Carl Boniface

Vocabulary builder:

Druglike (adj) = refers to the similarity of the properties between compounds and existing drugs. Druglike compounds are more likely to be transformed into drugs. In other words, the effects are similar although in the case of endorphins they are naturally produced, but react like taking over the counter drugs.

Pituitary gland (n) = is a small pea-sized gland that plays a major role in regulating vital body functions and general wellbeing. It is referred to as the body's 'master gland' because it controls the activity of most other hormone-secreting glands.

Wellbeing (n) = happiness, comfort, security, good, welfare, safety

Geared (v) = past tense of the regular verb gear. 1. prepare, adjust, or equip for a particular purpose or need. "They gear workouts to your specific needs." 2. design or adjust the gears in a machine to give a specified speed or power output. "It's geared too high for serious off-road use."

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