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Re: Subject: 117 Citations

In a message dated 3/9/01 00:06:20 Eastern Standard Time, 
Traveler200000@aol.com writes:

<<Endorphin, dopamine and neroepranephrine (neuroepinephrine) are 
automatically released in brain chemistry and it is an incredible "high",...>>

Hi, Jim:

I agree with your statement about the release of these neurochemicals and the 
high that they are supposed to yield.  Unfortunately, not all people have the 
same chemical release rates nor the same amount of chemical specific 
neruoreceptors to enjoy the "high."  Hence, the science of psychiatry or even 
psychopharmacology.  Sad but true...


Rich Horowitz
Stoughton MA
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