Why Do Bad Things for Our Bodies Feel Good?

Question by Young grasshopper: Why do bad things for our bodies feel good?
I mean like alcohol, drugs, chocolate, cutting.. I mean obviously someone cutting is in immense pain but it feels better to cut, at least for a while because chemicals are released ..

I mean from a philosophical, or biological point ofview, I find it ironic that it feels good to destroy ourselves.

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Answer by Amy
there is always pleasure attached to pain. Cant have one without the other. If ur into the hard core religious view, its because all sin is tempting and alluring, or else we wouldnt be compelled to it.

Answer by TheUnrealMe
I don’t think the examples you gave are really the culprit….I think it is to the point of excess that things become harmful. …and the abuse of them.

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