quote by Jesse Metcalfe

When you release endorphins, you just feel good.

— Jesse Metcalfe

Impressive Endorphins quotations

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.

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.

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 is a quick trigger for a good mood.

The great thing about endorphins, you don't have to be in great shape to get them.

Endorphins are a very powerful thing.

You know, theres endorphins in laughter, as there are endorphins in running in the park.

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.

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

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.

There is something so rewarding about dancing.

It's almost spiritual - you let loose, you feel free, you get endorphins from the exercise.

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.

At the finish line of the 1967 Boston Marathon, one crabby journalist said it was just a one-off deal and women weren't going to run. Only a 20-year-old who had just run a marathon and was shot full of endorphin would say this but I said that there's going to come a day in our lives when women's running is as popular and as men's.

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.

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.

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

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.

Exercising gives me endorphins and energy. I do it four days a week.

I was raised really, really healthy, pretty much vegetarian and a very clean lifestyle, I don't smoke, I don't drink. I'm more addicted to the things that make me feel good - endorphins after working out.

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.

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.

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

There is an authentic biology of hope.

Belief and expectation - the key elements of hope - can block pain by releasing the brain's endorphins and enkephalins, mimicking the effects of morphine.

There are times when I feel lazy and just want to stay in bed all day, but I know that working out is the best way to get those endorphins going, which will make me feel better emotionally and physically.

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.

[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."

When you break a sweat you just feel great.

You've got your endorphins going. You feel better. You look better. And if you aren't able to get a workout in, try to find a steam room somewhere. You just look and feel so much better after a sweat.

A good feeling for me is when you train, and then you put on fresh clothes.

New clothes after a training session - you have this rush of endorphins from exercise that everybody gets, and then you get that nice feeling of fresh clothes. It's a double whammy.

I'm really big on the gym and yoga. I'm at the gym at least six days. That is just getting there and creating those endorphins and sweating. And that routine also keeps me grounded in spite of whatever my life looks like.

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.

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.

Laughter may or may not activate the endorphins or enhance respiration, as some medical researchers contend. What seems clear, however, is that laughter is an antidote to apprehension and panic.

There's nothing like the endorphins from being fit, and the incredible endorphin rush that goes with that.

Road cycling, especially up mountains.

It's the heady mixture of endorphins and aesthetics that I love. My wife does it too, and being with her in extreme but beautiful conditions adds to the experience and our relationship.

Exercise is great for endorphins, and I come from a very outdoorsy upbringing, so that means a lot to me.