Aristotle suggested us to try to harmonize body and soul warned us, saying that a change of mind will always have repercussions on the body is mutual, and it stands.
Thoughts create our reality but as it happens, exactly, that? Well, Candace Pert, a renowned professor of neurology research has tried to explain this phenomenon. So Candace closely studied neuropeptides, which he called "molecules of emotion".
Peptides are protein sensitive parts. We already know that protein is the first living forms on Earth. Peptides are a bunch of links from 10 to 100 amino acids. If the number exceeds 100 amino acids, polypeptides when it comes and if it is more than 100 amino acids, proteins are already talking about.
Until now there have already identified 90 neuropeptides associated with mood changes, nervous system, hormonal and immune disorders. These neurotransmitters have been discovered which lead information over the synapses to the nervous system. So we can say that the peptides are substance are informational. Other known peptides are endorphins (we know as the "happiness hormone"), insulin (responsible for blood sugar levels) or serotonin.
There are 20 amino acids in the human body, of which 9 are essential, which means they can not be produced by the body and need to bring in food. The first peptide, secretin, was found in the intestines. This discovery has left dazed by specialists because they were sure that all the psychological functions are performed by electrical impulses sent from the brain to the nervous system.
Then it was identifiata endorphins, endogenous opioid peptide that plays a role in memory and learning process and in response to stress or in pain transmission and regulation of appetite. Gradually, it was discovered that there are connections in the brain peptide and neuropeptide reached. After years of research I found that neuropeptides are produced throughout the body, from the immune cells to bone mauve or digestive system. Therefore, emotions can influence lymphocyte activity according to the thought that we have.