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    Default Endorphins STRONGER than Morphine

    Some say that endorphins are STRONGER than morphine. Endorphins are released for instance during laughter. Does that mean Drs should tickle patients who are in excruciating pain vs giving them morphine?

    If you were in excruciating pain, would you submit to an endorphin releasing kootchy koo tickling or would you rather have your morphine?

    Would you pray during the tickling if you choose it?

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    I would defiantly pray for the pain to go away! I think when one is in pain.. Laughter, or anything that can take their mind away from the pain for a moment can be great!

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    Why are you so into tickling? Is this some sort of fetish?

    LOTS of other ways to release endorphines into the body.

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    Endorphins come out under many circumstances and they are stronger than morphine, but it is such minute amounts.

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