What is the hormone endorphin?
Endorphin is a group of hormones produced primarily in parts of the brain known as the hypothalamus and pituitary gland. The word comes from the combination endogenous, which means growth or arising in the body, and morphine, an opioid drug used to treat moderate to severe pain.
Usually endorphins are released in response to stress or pain and carry messages from one neuron to another throughout our nervous system, minimizing our perception of pain. The positive sensations that they cause in our body are similar to those that occur when taking morphine, but they are completely natural pain relievers. They are believed to create a heightened sense of euphoria and well-being in people as they improve our mood, help manage stress, and balance our emotions.
There are more than 20 types of endorphins in humans. Not all of the roles of endorphins in the body are fully understood. Beta endorphins are the most commonly studied because they help relieve pain and improve well-being.
How to increase the production of endorphins?
Endorphins are involved in our natural reward chain because people tend to experience pleasure and avoid pain. From an evolutionary perspective, if an activity can make us feel good, we are more likely to continue, thereby ensuring our survival.
Besides physical activity, there are other activities that increase the release of endorphins. These include laughter, listening to music, sexual arousal, pain, and even eating certain foods such as spices or chocolate.
This could explain, for example, why so many of us turn to chocolate bars during times of stress or fatigue. While it may not be as appealing, walking or jumping will have the same effect on your mood as eating chocolate, with a much more positive effect on your physical health.
When endorphin is produced, it can have different effects on the body. For instance:
- Blocking pain;
- Improved mood;
- Relieving stress;
- Decreased appetite;
- Boosting the immune system;
- Release of sex hormones.
Diagnostics of endorphin in MC Altimed?
It is known that endorphin is a hormone of happiness, and we need to have enough of it in the body. But, before looking for ways to increase endorphins, you need to diagnose the body and find out in what state it is, what% of the hormone of happiness you have.
At MC Altimed, we carry out diagnostics using non-invasive methods, no pain or discomfort, and most importantly, you get the results immediately.
Functional screening using the ATM Express Test program records the characteristics of wave processes in the human body.
ATM Vega Test is a method by which deep diagnostics are performed to identify possible pathologies and establish cause-and-effect relationships.
Based on the results obtained, a course of therapy is drawn up, and you will receive an answer to the question “How to raise endorphins?”.
When do i need to contact MC Altimed?
If you have low endorphins, you may have an appetite for fatty and fried foods such as chips, cheese, cream sauces, margarine, butter, and chocolate. When you eat fat, you may notice a change in mood and feel more pleasure associated with a higher concentration of endorphins.
How to increase endorphin levels? Train for at least 30-45 minutes at a comfortable speed so that you can maintain a conversation using more than 60% of your breathing capacity. The amount of endorphins released can be up to 5 times more than at rest! Real happiness!
But, not everyone has the opportunity to train regularly, in this case, you can contact us for help.
How does the treatment process in MC Altimed?
If endorphins are poorly produced, the specialists of MC Altimed know how to increase them. We have appliances you can use at home. We recommend the PEMF device, which has been proven effective in hundreds of happy patients. This device gently helps the body generate healthy frequencies, gradually returning it to normal functionality.
You can undergo treatment in a hospital. It will include therapy on our devices.
- To eliminate the parasitic load, antiparasitic therapy is carried out on devices of the Lanta Z or Lanta ZL series (antifungal, antiviral, antihelminthic, antiprotozoal).
- After that, we carry out the restoration of organs and systems using passive (endogenous therapy). It harmonizes the cells of the body, returning them to their normal balance.
- Transcranial therapy, which helps to strengthen the immune system, relieves stress and eliminates the effects of fatigue.
- PEMF helps cells to repair themselves.
And at the end, hardware detox and lymphatic drainage are required to remove toxins.
Also, we offer our clients the opportunity to normalize hormonal balance, increase stress resistance and overall well-being at home. It is necessary to place the device for electromagnetic (PEMF) therapy at home ATM Helper Personal or ATM Helper ML in the aisles 1-7 cm away from you and select the appropriate set of modes.
ATM Helper Personal must be used on programs:
- 02 Harmony
- 89 Stress
- 78 Hormonal balance female
- 79 Hormonal balance for men.
ATM Helper ML normalizes hormone production in general. Use programs:
- 261 Harmony
- 262 Stress.
- 108 Hormonal balance in women
- 109 Hormonal balance in men
And also, additional modes from the “Induction” group.
Why is it worth to go for treatment at Altimed MC?
Are you looking for effective and modern treatments? This is what our medical center provides.
Our clients choose us because:
- A modern approach to therapy and diagnostics.
- Individual treatment plan.
- Affordable prices.
- Comfortable conditions.
To make an appointment for a consultation, call 0-800-600-0-80 (free of charge).