An exaggerated feeling of well being; mild elation.
feeling of great elation, typically exaggerated in relation to circumstance
An abnormal sensation of well-being present even in the presence of distressing circumstances.
A sense of extreme well-being and optimism, the absence of pain or stress which might be exaggerated in psychiatric cases.
An exaggerated unrealistic sense of well-being.
a feeling of great (usually exaggerated) elation
a pleasant state of high spirits; in he English literature there are two types of euphoria. The first one is a slight euphoria caused by alcohol, cannabis and some hallucinogens. The second type is a strong euphoria. The users usually experience it after smoking or after they have taken in opiates, cocaine or amphetamines intravenally. The street name of this euphoria is “kick” or “rush
An exaggerated feeling of emotional and physical well being, out of proportion to circumstances.
a feeling of happiness, confidence, or well-being sometimes exaggerated in pathological states as mania.
A feeling of being on a 'high'. This is a common symptom of the manic phase of a bipolar depression.
feeling of well being - the ‘high’ or ‘rush’.
Elevated mood. Euphoria is a desirable and natural occurrence when it results from happy or exciting events. An excessive degree of euphoria that is not linked to events is characteristic of hypomania or mania, abnormal mood states associated with bipolar disorders. See the entire definition of Euphoria
The repeating feeling you get with each flight in the sport of powered paragliding.
a feeling of well-being or elation; may be drug related.
false sense of elation or well being
An exaggerated feeling of emotional and physical well being, usually of psychological origin. This condition is seen in organic mental disorders, toxic and drug-induced states and mania.
an exaggerated or abnormal sense of well-being not based on reality.
An abnormally happy mood.
a state of optimism, cheerfulness and well-being; intense happiness. Flare - in lupus a flare, or relapse, is worsening of symptoms that usually requires medical attention.
a feeling of great happiness or well-being
heightened feeling of happiness, well-being.
A state of unrealistic happiness, cheerfulness, and optimism.
A feeling of pleasure or of being "high." | Close window
An excited state of joy, a good feeling, a state of intense happiness.
Intense pleasure. Drug-induced euphoria is a "rush" or pleasurable feeling. It is caused by the release of the neurotransmitter, dopamine, within the brain reward system.
Euphoria is a 1996 EP by Vinnie Vincent. There is another pressing of this disc as well called 'The EP'.