Endorphins are produced by the pituitary gland which is located at the base of the brain.
The brain produces endorphins which act as painkillers. The body produces them in response to stressful events such as unavoidable electric shocks, sudden injury, or when pregnant women go into labour
The body naturally produces endorphins, which are opiate-type substances (and bind to the same receptors that opiates do).
It is important to exercise in order to remain healthy. When a person does exercise their body produces the chemicals called endorphins.
The pain-controlling chemicals in the body are called endorphins.
This event caused the body to release endorphins.
There is no body part that produces protein. It has to be acquired through nutrition. In the body, DNA helps move protein from food to the ribosomes to synthesize it.