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A feeling of well-being. This may occur normally; for instance, when someone has passed an examination. In some neurological or psychiatric conditions, however, patients may have an exaggerated and quite unjustified feeling of euphoria. This is then a symptom of the underlying condition. Euphoria may also be drug-induced – by drugs of addiction or by therapeutic drugs such as CORTICOSTEROIDS.

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