There are bodily cells for pain (Nocireceptors), but there are no such bodily cells for pleasure.
Sure we have endorphins and other neurotransmitters, but how is it that we feel pleasure?
Is it that we generally feel pleasure in receiving information from other types of receptors (i.e. the receptors for Touch, Pressure, Vibration, Warmth, Cold, Proprioception, Smell, Taste, Vision, Hearing and Equilibrium).
Could it be that a sense of aesthesia is related to them, or is it just a Neurotransmitter, like an Endorphin, activating pleasure in the site of such bodily cells?
(To note, is that, we also have neurotransmitters for pain.)