Is there really such thing as "runner's high" or are they just exhausted and delirious?
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Your article says:
The human body produces it's own opium-like compounds to fight pain ("endogenous opioids") and runners "who reported the highest levels of euphoria after running also had the highest levels of opioid release."
I wonder why no pharmaceutical company offers this in pill form.