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Listening to your favorite music can be extremely relaxing and pleasurable. But have you ever wondered why music makes you feel so good? Recent studies have shown that music triggers the production of your brain’s natural opioids—natural chemicals responsible for feelings of pleasure similar to those experienced during intimacy, eating, or taking recreational drugs.


If a hot mug of joe or an icy cup of Starbucks is your preferred way to start the day, you've probably noticed that you feel, well, off when don't get your coffee fix. On those especially hectic mornings, you might even sort of hate the world. But that reaction isn't in your head, says Michael J. Kuhar, PhD, professor of neuropharmacology at Emory University.


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