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24. Crying Hormones Improve Your Mood

24. Crying Hormones Improve Your Mood

When you cry emotional tears, oxytocin and endorphins are released. Both of these improve our mood and are usually known as the “feel good” chemicals. It’s the same reason we go carb-crazy when we’re experiencing a depressed mood — our brain craves that boost of endorphins to help us feel better. 

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