How do you feel pain?
Your nerves feel it and send it too your brain.
In humans and mammals, certain noxious stimuli causes nociceptors (i.e. pain receptors) to fire. This sends a signal up our spinal cord to the cerebral cortex, where this signal is converted into the sensation of pain.
Can you be in pain if you have half of someones heart and they have your half of there heart can you feel what ever they feel and can they feel what you feel too?
The brain does not feel pain because there are no pain receptors in the brain. The skin and bones around the brain can feel pain, however, which is why we can still get headaches. Actually i went to a exhibit at the museum of nature & science & asked if the brain felt pain, he then awnsered "Well in some parts of the brain you wont feel any pain but in other parts of the…