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"Euphoria", das erste Jugenddrama von HBO sorgte in den USA für viel Furore. Jetzt startet die Serie bei Sky. Sam Levinsons "Euphoria" ist nicht nur das Teenager-Drama des Jahres. Die HBO-Serie ist auch die bildgewaltigste Darstellung der aktuellen. Euphoria. Schonungslos, wild, schockierend: Zendaya spielt in der furiosen Teenagerserie von HBO eine jährige, die sich mit Drogen, Sex und.

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Die jährige drogenabhängige Rue Bennett hat bereits einen Entzug gemacht hat, doch sie kann die Finger nicht von Drogen lassen. Eine Gruppe von Schülern setzt sich mit Drogen, Sex, Gewalt und Freundschaft auseinander. Euphoria ist eine US-amerikanische Fernsehserie des Pay-TV-Senders HBO. Die Erstausstrahlung erfolgte am Juni bei HBO, in Deutschland am Euphoria. Staffel 1. () Multimedia-Superstar Zendaya ist die Hauptdarstellerin in dieser Dramaserie um Highschool-Schüler, die sich den Weg durch. Euphoria. Schonungslos, wild, schockierend: Zendaya spielt in der furiosen Teenagerserie von HBO eine jährige, die sich mit Drogen, Sex und. Sam Levinsons "Euphoria" ist nicht nur das Teenager-Drama des Jahres. Die HBO-Serie ist auch die bildgewaltigste Darstellung der aktuellen. Euphoria: Ein Sommer hat alles verändert. Die jährige Rue Bennett (Zendaya​) hat schon ihr Leben lang mit psychischen Problemen zu kämpfen, nimmt . Im Vergleich mit „Euphoria“ wirkt das kontrovers diskutierte „Tote Mädchen lügen nicht“ wie dröges Vormittagsprogramm. Foto: HBO. All rights.

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Euphoria handelt von einer Gruppe Jugendlicher, die auf selbstzerstörerische Weise mit einem dramatischen Verlust umgehen. Euphoria. Staffel 1. () Multimedia-Superstar Zendaya ist die Hauptdarstellerin in dieser Dramaserie um Highschool-Schüler, die sich den Weg durch. Im Vergleich mit „Euphoria“ wirkt das kontrovers diskutierte „Tote Mädchen lügen nicht“ wie dröges Vormittagsprogramm. Foto: HBO. All rights. Later, Rue helps Jules take nude photos of herself after Nate sends her a " dick pic ". Neuropsychiatric Dysfunction in Multiple Sclerosis. Gia Bennett 8 episodes, Primetime Emmy Awards. Example sentences Blooms Karlsruhe the Web for euphoria Despite the euphoria I Euphoria from being honest with them, I kept my identity close to my chest. Archived from the original on Legends Of Tomorrow Bs 8, Retrieved June 18, The Journal of Pharmacology and Experimental Therapeutics. Euphoria handelt von einer Gruppe Jugendlicher, die auf selbstzerstörerische Weise mit einem dramatischen Verlust umgehen. Euphoria. ‪Season 1‬. ‪9 Folgen‬. ‪HBO‬. ‪‬. ‪Sonstiges‬. ‪Deutsch Audio‬. ‪Nicht bewertet‬. Multimedia-Superstar Zendaya ist die Hauptdarstellerin in. "Euphoria", das erste Jugenddrama von HBO sorgte in den USA für viel Furore. Jetzt startet die Serie bei Sky.

Get some streaming picks. The story of two sisters on a journey, where they try to get close to each other and approach the tough questions in life.

Euphoria is a contemporary drama about responsibility and reconciliation, in a world where these concepts are gradually being lost.

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TIFF Platform. It takes a doctor to give a high-sounding name to a well known phenomenon. Nature makes it worth while to be alive simply through euphoria.

Why do we drink alcohol—when we can get it or smoke tobacco? To affect euphoria. When a lunatic thinks that he is Napoleon and demands the homage due an emperor; he has euphoria in its worst form.

Too little is known about euphoria. Since it can be affected by drugs and chemicals, who knows but it may have its seat in some gland?

Psychology, a study of mental life. New York: Henry Holt and Company. Retrieved 16 April — via Internet archive. Something was said before about "organic states", under the general head of tendencies to reaction.

Fatigue was an example. Now we could include fatigue under the term, "stirred-up state of the organism"; at least, if not precisely "stirred-up", it is uneasy.

It is a deviation from the normal or neutral state. Also, it is often a conscious state, as when we speak of the "tired feeling"; not a purely cognitive state, either not simply a recognition of the fact that we are fatigued but a state of disinclination to work any longer.

Though fatigue is thus so much like an emotion that it fits under our definition, it is not called an emotion, but a sensation or complex of sensations Many other organic states are akin to emotion in the same way.

The opposite of fatigue, the "warmed-up" condition, brought on by a certain amount of activity after rest, is a case in point. It is a deviation from the average or neutral condition, in the direction of greater readiness for activity.

The warmed-up person feels ready for business, full of "ginger" or "pep" in short, full of life. The name "euphoria", which means about the same as "feeling good", is given to this condition.

Drowsiness is another of these emotion-like states; but hunger and thirst are as typical examples as any. The Journal of Psychology.

Euphoria is a term aptly denoting the state of general well being, and while it involves a relatively enduring and pleasantly toned feeling, its psychological significance derives primarily from its being a semi-emotional attitude of considerable determining power.

The Journal of Pharmacology and Experimental Therapeutics. Archived from the original on 22 September Retrieved 17 September Isbell brought the following comment letter of November 1, We use it here in the sense of a train of effects similar to those seen after the administration of morphine.

These effects include changes in behavior and objective signs, such as constriction of the pupil, depression of the respiratory rate and volume, drop in rectal temperature, etc.

We do not use it in the sense of "feeling of well-being", as this is something that I have been utterly unable to evaluate. The American Journal of Psychiatry.

Testing for Abuse Liability of Drugs in Humans. British Journal of Pharmacology and Chemotherapy. Not all of these effects can be regarded as undesirable.

Drowsiness, euphoria, sleep, and 'detachment,' for instance, are effects which enhance the value of a major analgesic.

A Concise Encyclopaedia of Psychiatry. A mood of contentment and wellbeing. Euphoria in psychiatric terms always has a pathological connotation and is often an important early sign of organic cerebral disease.

It differs from elation in subtle but important ways. It has no infectious quality and no element of gaiety, for its bland contentment is based on lack of awareness and inability to experience sadness or anxiety rather than on anything positive.

It may be seen in any condition involving extensive cerebral damage, particularly if the frontal lobes are involved.

It occurs sooner or later in senile and arteriosclerotic dementias q. Euphoria is sometimes seen in Addison's disease q. Oxford Dictionaries. Archived from the original on 28 July Retrieved 16 December Archived from the original on 29 December Kaplan and Sadock's Comprehensive Textbook of Psychiatry 9th ed.

Refers to a persistent and unrealistic sense of well-being, without the increased mental or motor rate of mania. Exaggerated feeling of well-being that is inappropriate to real events.

Can occur with drugs such as opiates, amphetamines, and alcohol. Archived from the original on 2 July Retrieved 29 December Physiological Reviews.

The feeling of high that is experienced by sports people during running or swimming, the lust evoked by encountering a ready mating partner, a sexual orgasm, the euphoria reported by drug users, and the parental affection to babies constitute different forms qualities rather than degrees of pleasure quantities.

Br J Sports Med. These results show substantial increases in urinary phenylacetic acid levels 24 hours after moderate to high intensity aerobic exercise.

As phenylacetic acid reflects phenylethylamine levels 3 , and the latter has antidepressant effects, the antidepressant effects of exercise appear to be linked to increased phenylethylamine concentrations.

The substantial increase in phenylacetic acid excretion in this study implies that phenylethylamine levels are affected by exercise. A 30 minute bout of moderate to high intensity aerobic exercise increases phenylacetic acid levels in healthy regularly exercising men.

The findings may be linked to the antidepressant effects of exercise. Life Sci. The traditional view that PA engages the monoaminergic and endorphinergic systems has been challenged by the discovery of the endocannabinoid system ECS , composed of endogenous lipids, their target receptors, and metabolic enzymes.

Indeed, direct and indirect evidence suggests that the ECS might mediate some of the PA-triggered effects throughout the body.

To our knowledge, the first experimental study aimed at investigating the influence of PA on ECS in humans was carried out in by Sparling and coworkers [63], who showed increased plasma AEA content after 45 min of moderate intensity exercise on a treadmill or cycle ergometer.

Since then, other human studies have shown increased blood concentrations of AEA A dependence of the increase of AEA concentration on exercise intensity has also been documented.

Several experimental data support the hypothesis that ECS might, at least in part, explain PA effects on brain functions, because: 1 CB1 is the most abundant GPCR in the brain participating in neuronal plasticity [18]; 2 eCBs are involved in several brain responses that greatly overlap with the positive effects of exercise; 3 eCBs are able to cross the blood—brain barrier [95]; and 4 exercise increases eCB plasma levels [64—67].

Ir J Med Sci. According to the 'endorphins hypothesis', exercise augments the secretion of endogenous opioid peptides in the brain, reducing pain and causing general euphoria.

Based upon a large effect size, the results confirmed the endorphins hypothesis demonstrating that exercise leads to an increased secretion of endorphins which, in turn, improved mood states.

The results showed that mood tends to be higher in a day an individual exercises as well as that daily activity and exercise overall are strongly linked with mood states.

In line with these findings, a recent study showed that exercise significantly improved mood states in non-exercises, recreational exercisers, as well as marathon runners.

More importantly, the effects of exercise on mood were twofold in recreational exercisers and marathon runners. Trends Pharmacol. The pharmacology of TAs might also contribute to a molecular understanding of the well-recognized antidepressant effect of physical exercise [51].

Rev Recent Clin Trials. It has also been suggested that the antidepressant effects of exercise are due to an exercise-induced elevation of [phenethylamine] [].

Music, an abstract stimulus, can arouse feelings of euphoria and craving, similar to tangible rewards that involve the striatal dopaminergic system.

Notably, the anticipation of an abstract reward can result in dopamine release in an anatomical pathway distinct from that associated with the peak pleasure itself.

Surg Radiol Anat. The functional connectivity between brain regions mediating reward, autonomic and cognitive processing provides insight into understanding why listening to music is one of the most rewarding and pleasurable human experiences.

Musical stimuli can significantly increase extracellular DA levels in the NA. NA DA and serotonin were found significantly higher in animals exposed to music.

Finally, passive listening to unfamiliar although liked music showed activations in the NA. Music can arouse feelings of euphoria and craving, similar to tangible rewards that involve the striatal DAergic system [16].

Reward value for music can be coded by activity levels in the NA, whose functional connectivity with auditory and frontal areas increases as a function of increasing musical reward [19].

Listening to pleasant music induces a strong response and significant activation of the VTA-mediated interaction of the NA with the hypothalamus, insula and orbitofrontal cortex [1].

Conclusions Listening to music strongly modulates activity in a network of mesolimbic structures involved in reward processing including the NA.

Music, acting as a positive pleasant emotion, increases NA DAergic activity. Specifically the NA is more involved during the experience of peak emotional responses to music.

Reward value of music can be predicted by increased functional connectivity of auditory cortices, amygdala and ventromedial prefrontal regions with the NA.

Further research is needed to improve our understanding of the NA role in the influence of music in our lives.

Most people derive pleasure from music. Neuroimaging studies show that the reward system of the human brain is central to this experience.

Specifically, the dorsal and ventral striatum release dopamine when listening to pleasurable music, and activity in these structures also codes the reward value of musical excerpts.

Moreover, the striatum interacts with cortical mechanisms involved in perception and valuation of musical stimuli. Development of a questionnaire for music reward experiences has allowed the identification of separable factors associated with musical pleasure, described as music-seeking, emotion-evocation, mood regulation, sensorimotor, and social factors.

Further study of this group revealed that there are individuals who respond normally both behaviorally and psychophysiologically to rewards other than music e.

Lay summary — Neuroscience News 24 January Overall, our results straightforwardly revealed that pharmacological interventions bidirectionally modulated the reward responses elicited by music.

Here, in contrast, studying responses to abstract rewards in human subjects, we show that manipulation of dopaminergic transmission affects both the pleasure i.

These findings suggest that dopaminergic signaling is a sine qua non condition not only for motivational responses, as has been shown with primary and secondary rewards, but also for hedonic reactions to music.

This result supports recent findings showing that dopamine also mediates the perceived pleasantness attained by other types of abstract rewards 37 and challenges previous findings in animal models on primary rewards, such as food 42, Incidentally, this line of work, culminating in the article by Ferreri et al.

The evidence of Ferreri et al. Archives of General Psychiatry. Archived from the original on 28 September Retrieved 28 September Archived from the original on 7 January Retrieved 18 February Archived from the original on 6 November Retrieved 11 June In Preedy VR ed.

Academic Press. The areca nut is the fourth most used drug after nicotine, alcohol, and caffeine. The effects are described as pleasurable and generally stimulating, inducing a sense of well-being, euphoria, heightened alertness, a warm sensation throughout the body, and an increased capacity to work.

Indian Journal of Medical and Paediatric Oncology. The users of areca nut believe that it is helpful for the digestive system and has mild euphoric effects.

The major parasympathetic and muscarinic effects of areca nut are due to arecoline. Bibcode : PLoSO Veterinary Pharmacology and Therapeutics.

Pilocarpine, arecoline and muscarine are rather selective parasympathetic agents; i. Pharmaceutical Biology.

Arecaceae : a review of its traditional uses, botany, phytochemistry, pharmacology and toxicology". Journal of Ethnopharmacology. Previous investigations indicated that the arecaidine and guvacine isolated from the A.

Meyler's Side Effects of Herbal Medicines. The lime in the betel quid [areca nut, lime and Piper betle leaves] causes hydrolysis of arecoline to arecailide, a central nervous stimulant, which accounts, together with the essential oil of the betel pepper, for the eucphoric effects of chewing betel quid.

Alcohol and Alcoholism. Current Neuropharmacology. Guilford Publications. Elsevier Health Sciences. Concepts of Chemical Dependency.

Cengage Learning. Addictions: A Comprehensive Guidebook. London: Academic Press. Up to mg Over mg CNS Drugs. Retrieved 29 April Pregabalin is, in some cases, used for recreational purposes and it has incurred attention among drug abusers for causing euphoric and dissociative effects when taken in doses exceeding normal therapeutic dosages or used by alternative routes of administration, such as nasal insufflation or venous injection.

Archived from the original on 13 August Retrieved 20 August Several case studies mentioned experiencing euphoria after gabapentin misuse that was reminiscent of, but not as strong as, opioids.

This feeling was achieved in combination with other drugs e. July Australian Medicines Handbook. Retrieved 12 August Current Emergency and Hospital Medicine Reports.

In addition, as noted earlier, it has an opioid-like effect, which accounts for its analgesic properties. A review of the literature" PDF.

Psychiatry Research. Archived PDF from the original on 19 July Retrieved 14 November American Psychiatric Association. Behavioral Aspects of Epilepsy: Principles and Practice.

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Maeri - Euphoria - Video Song - Palash Sen - Phir Dhoom - Archies Music Rues Vater starb an Krebsals sie 13 Jahre alt war. In: pressacademy. Zusätzliche Bedingungen Transaktionsbestimmungen. Für diesen wurden zunächst mehr Formel Eins Live Stream Storyboards entworfen und diese im Studio auf einer Fläche Euphoria etwa Sie ist transgeschlechtlich und bisexuell. Lichtspiele Awards [42]. Rue entschuldigt sich kurze Zeit Desaster Film Stream bei Jules und küsst sie spontan, doch Jules ist überrumpelt und erwidert ihn nicht. Zudem erpresst er Jules, damit sie seine Aussage gegenüber der Polizei bestätigt. Kat wird zum Camgirl. Euphoria Euphoria Primetime Emmy Awards [38]. Statt vor Kinox.To Kein Ort Ohne Dich Erinnerungen flieht sie vor einer genetischen Prädisposition, die dafür sorgt, dass die simpelsten Aufgaben wie Atmen oder das familiäre Abendessen ihr häufig schier unmöglich erscheinen. In: Billboard. Dezember geplant. Produktions- unternehmen. Euphoria

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Changes in appetite and energy may reflect abnormalities in various hypothalamic nuclei. Depressed mood and anhedonia lack of interest in pleasurable activities in depressed individuals, and euphoria and increased involvement in goal-directed activities in patients, who experience mania, may reflect opposing abnormalities in the nucleus accumbens, medial prefrontal cortex, amygdala, or other structures.

Although short-term administration of glucocorticoids often produces euphoria and increased energy, the impact of long-lasting increases in endogenous glucocorticoids produced during depression can involve complex adaptations such as those that occur in Cushing syndrome Chapter Exposure to addictive chemicals not only produces extreme euphoric states that may initially motivate drug use, but also causes equally extreme adaptations in reinforcement mechanisms and motivated behavior that eventually lead to compulsive use.

Accordingly, the evolutionary design of human and animal brains that has helped to promote our survival also has made us vulnerable to addiction.

Archived PDF from the original on 13 August Retrieved 13 November Strong feelings of pleasure and euphoria, as well as marked alterations in cognitive processing, self-referential thought, and physiological arousal are defining features of sexual consummation, especially during orgasm Mah and Binik, Journal of Psychoactive Drugs.

Early-stage romantic love can induce euphoria, is a cross-cultural phenomenon, and is possibly a developed form of a mammalian drive to pursue preferred mates.

Under normal conditions, it is not surprising that sexual activity is physiologically regulated by the reward circuitry of the brain, specifically by dopaminergic pathways see Figure 1.

Moreover, the early stages of a new, romantic relationship can be a powerful and absorbing experience. Individuals in new romantic relationships report feeling euphoric and energetic.

They also become emotionally dependent on, desire closeness with, and have highly focused attention on their partner Reynaud et al.

Human neuroimaging studies have shown that feelings experienced during the early stages of a romantic relationship are associated with neural activations in several reward-system and affect-processing regions of the brain Young ; Aron et al.

In Jankowiak, William R. Intimacies: Love and Sex Across Cultures. Columbia University Press. These emotional states may also be manifested behaviorally as "labile psychophysical responses to the loved person, including exhilaration, euphoria, buoyancy, spiritual feelings, increased energy, sleeplessness, loss of appetite, shyness, awkwardness The presence of similar neurological mechanisms and brain patterns may account for the ability to readily identify when someone is romantically involved or erotically excited Fisher ; Fisher Addiction Medicine: Science and Practice.

It has been observed that drugs of abuse as diverse as alcohol, barbiturates, opiates, and psychomotor stimulants all share a profile of psychoactive effects characterized as euphoria.

It is generally accepted that euphoria is at least a partial explanation why these drugs are abused. Scientific American. Bibcode : SciAm.

Archived from the original PDF on 29 March Retrieved 17 January So it makes sense that the real pleasure centers in the brain — those directly responsible for generating pleasurable sensations — turn out to lie within some of the structures previously identified as part of the reward circuit.

One of these so-called hedonic hotspots lies in a subregion of the nucleus accumbens called the medial shell. A second is found within the ventral pallidum, a deep-seated structure near the base of the forebrain that receives most of its signals from the nucleus accumbens.

On the other hand, intense euphoria is harder to come by than everyday pleasures. The reason may be that strong enhancement of pleasure — like the chemically induced pleasure bump we produced in lab animals — seems to require activation of the entire network at once.

Defection of any single component dampens the high. Whether the pleasure circuit — and in particular, the ventral pallidum — works the same way in humans is unclear.

Archived from the original on 21 December Retrieved 11 May The new world of words: or, Universal English dictionary. London: Printed for J.

London: John Churchill. Not unfrequently, indeed, the appearance of the patient is more diagnostic than his feelings.

This is the case in some very grave diseases, in which that portion of the nervous system which subserves to the feeling of bodily well-being,—termed, in psychological phrase, euphoria—is morbidly modified as to function.

The morbid hopefulness of phthisis, physiologically termed euphoria, is seen more particularly in this class of patients. I have often called attention to it at the bedside, and shown that it ushers in the last stage.

It is really a disease of the nervous system of a low type, a sort of insanity, and is of the worst significance. Über Coca. Government Printing Office.

The psychic effect of cocaine consists of exhilaration and lasting euphoria, which does not differ in any way from the normal euphoria of a healthy person One senses an increase of self-control and feels more vigorous and more capable of work; on the other hand, if one works, one misses the heightening of the mental powers which alcohol, tea, or coffee induce.

One is simply normal, and soon finds it difficult to believe that one is under the influence of any drug at all. Consequently, the Affective state of abnormal euphoria which determines the clinical picture often shows up as transitions to autopsychic disarray.

Paris Herald. Popular Science. December — via Google books. It takes a doctor to give a high-sounding name to a well known phenomenon.

Nature makes it worth while to be alive simply through euphoria. Why do we drink alcohol—when we can get it or smoke tobacco? To affect euphoria.

When a lunatic thinks that he is Napoleon and demands the homage due an emperor; he has euphoria in its worst form. Too little is known about euphoria.

Since it can be affected by drugs and chemicals, who knows but it may have its seat in some gland? Psychology, a study of mental life. New York: Henry Holt and Company.

Retrieved 16 April — via Internet archive. Something was said before about "organic states", under the general head of tendencies to reaction.

Fatigue was an example. Now we could include fatigue under the term, "stirred-up state of the organism"; at least, if not precisely "stirred-up", it is uneasy.

It is a deviation from the normal or neutral state. Also, it is often a conscious state, as when we speak of the "tired feeling"; not a purely cognitive state, either not simply a recognition of the fact that we are fatigued but a state of disinclination to work any longer.

Though fatigue is thus so much like an emotion that it fits under our definition, it is not called an emotion, but a sensation or complex of sensations Many other organic states are akin to emotion in the same way.

The opposite of fatigue, the "warmed-up" condition, brought on by a certain amount of activity after rest, is a case in point.

It is a deviation from the average or neutral condition, in the direction of greater readiness for activity. The warmed-up person feels ready for business, full of "ginger" or "pep" in short, full of life.

The name "euphoria", which means about the same as "feeling good", is given to this condition. Drowsiness is another of these emotion-like states; but hunger and thirst are as typical examples as any.

The Journal of Psychology. Euphoria is a term aptly denoting the state of general well being, and while it involves a relatively enduring and pleasantly toned feeling, its psychological significance derives primarily from its being a semi-emotional attitude of considerable determining power.

The Journal of Pharmacology and Experimental Therapeutics. Archived from the original on 22 September Retrieved 17 September Isbell brought the following comment letter of November 1, We use it here in the sense of a train of effects similar to those seen after the administration of morphine.

These effects include changes in behavior and objective signs, such as constriction of the pupil, depression of the respiratory rate and volume, drop in rectal temperature, etc.

We do not use it in the sense of "feeling of well-being", as this is something that I have been utterly unable to evaluate. The American Journal of Psychiatry.

Testing for Abuse Liability of Drugs in Humans. British Journal of Pharmacology and Chemotherapy. Not all of these effects can be regarded as undesirable.

Drowsiness, euphoria, sleep, and 'detachment,' for instance, are effects which enhance the value of a major analgesic.

A Concise Encyclopaedia of Psychiatry. A mood of contentment and wellbeing. Euphoria in psychiatric terms always has a pathological connotation and is often an important early sign of organic cerebral disease.

It differs from elation in subtle but important ways. It has no infectious quality and no element of gaiety, for its bland contentment is based on lack of awareness and inability to experience sadness or anxiety rather than on anything positive.

It may be seen in any condition involving extensive cerebral damage, particularly if the frontal lobes are involved.

It occurs sooner or later in senile and arteriosclerotic dementias q. Euphoria is sometimes seen in Addison's disease q.

Oxford Dictionaries. Archived from the original on 28 July Retrieved 16 December Archived from the original on 29 December Kaplan and Sadock's Comprehensive Textbook of Psychiatry 9th ed.

Refers to a persistent and unrealistic sense of well-being, without the increased mental or motor rate of mania. Exaggerated feeling of well-being that is inappropriate to real events.

Can occur with drugs such as opiates, amphetamines, and alcohol. Archived from the original on 2 July Retrieved 29 December Physiological Reviews.

The feeling of high that is experienced by sports people during running or swimming, the lust evoked by encountering a ready mating partner, a sexual orgasm, the euphoria reported by drug users, and the parental affection to babies constitute different forms qualities rather than degrees of pleasure quantities.

Br J Sports Med. These results show substantial increases in urinary phenylacetic acid levels 24 hours after moderate to high intensity aerobic exercise.

As phenylacetic acid reflects phenylethylamine levels 3 , and the latter has antidepressant effects, the antidepressant effects of exercise appear to be linked to increased phenylethylamine concentrations.

The substantial increase in phenylacetic acid excretion in this study implies that phenylethylamine levels are affected by exercise.

A 30 minute bout of moderate to high intensity aerobic exercise increases phenylacetic acid levels in healthy regularly exercising men.

The findings may be linked to the antidepressant effects of exercise. Life Sci. The traditional view that PA engages the monoaminergic and endorphinergic systems has been challenged by the discovery of the endocannabinoid system ECS , composed of endogenous lipids, their target receptors, and metabolic enzymes.

Indeed, direct and indirect evidence suggests that the ECS might mediate some of the PA-triggered effects throughout the body.

To our knowledge, the first experimental study aimed at investigating the influence of PA on ECS in humans was carried out in by Sparling and coworkers [63], who showed increased plasma AEA content after 45 min of moderate intensity exercise on a treadmill or cycle ergometer.

Since then, other human studies have shown increased blood concentrations of AEA A dependence of the increase of AEA concentration on exercise intensity has also been documented.

Several experimental data support the hypothesis that ECS might, at least in part, explain PA effects on brain functions, because: 1 CB1 is the most abundant GPCR in the brain participating in neuronal plasticity [18]; 2 eCBs are involved in several brain responses that greatly overlap with the positive effects of exercise; 3 eCBs are able to cross the blood—brain barrier [95]; and 4 exercise increases eCB plasma levels [64—67].

Ir J Med Sci. According to the 'endorphins hypothesis', exercise augments the secretion of endogenous opioid peptides in the brain, reducing pain and causing general euphoria.

Based upon a large effect size, the results confirmed the endorphins hypothesis demonstrating that exercise leads to an increased secretion of endorphins which, in turn, improved mood states.

The results showed that mood tends to be higher in a day an individual exercises as well as that daily activity and exercise overall are strongly linked with mood states.

In line with these findings, a recent study showed that exercise significantly improved mood states in non-exercises, recreational exercisers, as well as marathon runners.

More importantly, the effects of exercise on mood were twofold in recreational exercisers and marathon runners. Trends Pharmacol. The pharmacology of TAs might also contribute to a molecular understanding of the well-recognized antidepressant effect of physical exercise [51].

Rev Recent Clin Trials. It has also been suggested that the antidepressant effects of exercise are due to an exercise-induced elevation of [phenethylamine] [].

Music, an abstract stimulus, can arouse feelings of euphoria and craving, similar to tangible rewards that involve the striatal dopaminergic system.

Notably, the anticipation of an abstract reward can result in dopamine release in an anatomical pathway distinct from that associated with the peak pleasure itself.

Surg Radiol Anat. The functional connectivity between brain regions mediating reward, autonomic and cognitive processing provides insight into understanding why listening to music is one of the most rewarding and pleasurable human experiences.

Musical stimuli can significantly increase extracellular DA levels in the NA. NA DA and serotonin were found significantly higher in animals exposed to music.

Finally, passive listening to unfamiliar although liked music showed activations in the NA. Music can arouse feelings of euphoria and craving, similar to tangible rewards that involve the striatal DAergic system [16].

Reward value for music can be coded by activity levels in the NA, whose functional connectivity with auditory and frontal areas increases as a function of increasing musical reward [19].

Listening to pleasant music induces a strong response and significant activation of the VTA-mediated interaction of the NA with the hypothalamus, insula and orbitofrontal cortex [1].

Conclusions Listening to music strongly modulates activity in a network of mesolimbic structures involved in reward processing including the NA.

Music, acting as a positive pleasant emotion, increases NA DAergic activity. Specifically the NA is more involved during the experience of peak emotional responses to music.

Reward value of music can be predicted by increased functional connectivity of auditory cortices, amygdala and ventromedial prefrontal regions with the NA.

Further research is needed to improve our understanding of the NA role in the influence of music in our lives. Most people derive pleasure from music.

Neuroimaging studies show that the reward system of the human brain is central to this experience. Specifically, the dorsal and ventral striatum release dopamine when listening to pleasurable music, and activity in these structures also codes the reward value of musical excerpts.

Moreover, the striatum interacts with cortical mechanisms involved in perception and valuation of musical stimuli. Development of a questionnaire for music reward experiences has allowed the identification of separable factors associated with musical pleasure, described as music-seeking, emotion-evocation, mood regulation, sensorimotor, and social factors.

Further study of this group revealed that there are individuals who respond normally both behaviorally and psychophysiologically to rewards other than music e.

Lay summary — Neuroscience News 24 January Overall, our results straightforwardly revealed that pharmacological interventions bidirectionally modulated the reward responses elicited by music.

Here, in contrast, studying responses to abstract rewards in human subjects, we show that manipulation of dopaminergic transmission affects both the pleasure i.

These findings suggest that dopaminergic signaling is a sine qua non condition not only for motivational responses, as has been shown with primary and secondary rewards, but also for hedonic reactions to music.

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