Why can some individuals stand more pain than others?
it depends on how they were raised and the gentics they recived from their parents duribilty traits
Some individuals like pain and some don't. The scientific answer to this question is that pain takes place in the nervous system of our body and not everyone is created equal. the nervous system is controlled inside the brain. so when you cut your finger , it sends a signal to the brain and it hurts after the signal is sent.
In medicine, it can stand for cerebrospinal fluid, but more commonly it stands for Chronic Fatigue Syndrome. CFS is hard to diagnose, but symptoms include fatigue for 6 months or more along with other problems such as muscle pain, memory problems, headaches, pain in multiple joints, sleep problems, sore throat and tender lymph nodes.
It depends on the difficulty of the birth. For some cows, the calving is really easy and they can easily push out the calf while standing. For others, the pain can be a bit too much and they have to lay down to calve. It also depends on the individual cow: some like to stand to give birth (or can), others prefer to lay down on their sides.
You are 18 and suffer from severe pain during each of your periods Is it the same with all the others too?
Dr will start you at 5mgs and go up until pain is relieved. my mom has a deteriorating spine and is on 90 mg a day from advanced pain management,they start you on steroid shots and all the other pain relievers before morph. the others didnt help her, even with it she has pain. she has developed a tolerance so you need more and more for the same pain relief.
No, it is not usually wise to ignore bullies. You should stand up to them and be firm with them. They might not listen, but as you stand strong, you may gain allies. With time, the bully may see that they don't have anyone's support and are not causing you pain. So they move on. If they are trashing your reputation or spreading lies, you need to set them straight. The others may assume if…
Stomach ulcers causes a burning or gnawing feeling in the stomach that usually lasts between 0.5 to 3 hours. The pain is interpreted as heartburn, indigestion or hunger. Pain is usually restricted to upper abdomen but may occur below the breast bone. In some individuals pain occurs immediately after eating; in others it may be delayed a few hours. Stomach ulcers often wakes people at night, and they can be episodic, with pain free weeks…
Yes, it may be gas pain or can be more serious related to gastroenterology health like Diverticulitis, Crohn's disease or IBS. The added possibilities signs of all these are vomiting, fever, regular abdominal pain, loose stool or diarrhea and more others. Its best to go to the specialist they will better understand your present situation.
Extraction of teeth is meant to be a totally painless procedure. However pain is a highly subjective sensation. What you perceive as pain may not be so to another person. ALSO anaesthesia too is highly variable for individuals. ANAESTHESIA may wear of quickly in some people and later in others. IN short the "hurt factor" is a matter of perception and individual psyche.
Is it true that if you have a fracture on any part of your foot you cant stand up and it will pain a lot?
If you've had teeth removed from both the upper arch and lower arch (which is what I guess you're asking about) ---- it can take 2 weeks or more for the pain to subside. Warning: this is very individual. I've seen people heal and have no pain after some week or 10 days. Others may still experience pain for some 2 weeks or more. You need to consult your dental practitioner regarding this. There are…
Every human body is different into how we feel pain. A contraction is esentially a cramp, or a tightening of the muscles. Some woman feel severe pain with very mild contractions, and others can deliver a baby naturally and say they felt discomfort. As contractions progress, pain progresses as well. I have seen woman be in the beginning stages of labor and not even know when they were haveing a contraction, others have described what…
It can hurt depending on where the tattoo is placed. Pain tolerance can vary from person to person when it comes to tattoos, some people feel it more then others. If it goes over the bones in the wrist or closer to the palm of the hand then it can be pain full. If it's off to the side of the bones then the pain isn't too bad.
Yes in some individuals it can. Morphine is an addictive drug, but given for pain it's regulated. However, alcohol is also addictive to some individuals so if the person is depressed after surgery (this can happen often) depending on the type of surgery the alcoholic may feel they need the alcohol for pain.