By Georgia Scarr on
A recent study at the University of Montreal suggests there's more than just endorphins to the inimitable runner's high.
Elation, clarity and freedom - it's the runner's high. Traditionally put down to the release of endorphins, a recent Canadian study published in the journal Cell Metabolism has found another additional explanation as to why running makes us feel so great: dopamine. Dopamine is a neurotransmitter with a number of ...