How Do We Feel Pain?

how do we feel pain

Pain is universal – everyone feels pain at some point in life. The level of pain they feel can vary, of course, from the severe pain of a broken bone to the minor insult of a paper cut. Pain can be the result of a wound, overuse injury, muscle spasms, or a long-term illness.

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How Laser Therapy Can Help You Keep Your New Year’s Resolutions

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Do you make New Year’s resolutions to improve your health, but end up breaking them within just a few weeks? You’re not alone! Nearly half of everyone who makes New Year’s resolutions say they want to lose weight or get in shape, but about 80 percent of all New Year’s resolutions fail—often by the second week of February. Fortunately, laser therapy can help you keep your resolutions for better health this year and for a lifetime.

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8 Ways to Boost Your Circulation

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Good circulation is important at any age and at any time of year, but especially as we get older and as we enter the colder months of the year. Many common conditions can contribute to poor circulation. Poor circulation can lead to a host of problems, such as cold hands and feet, and numbness and tingling in your hands and feet.

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How to Manage Winter Joint Pain in 8 Steps

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Do you have a “weather knee” that hurts every time the temperature drops? You’re not alone – many people experience joint pain associated with seasonal and weather changes. A number of health conditions can cause joint pain, stiffness, and inflammation, but no matter the underlying cause, it’s always important to listen to your body and treat joint pain and inflammation before it causes permanent damage.

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7 Ways to Beat the Pain From Digital Device Overuse

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Computers, tablets, and smartphones have added a whole new dimension to our lives—we have instant access to a whole world of information and the ability to communicate with others no matter where they are. In this era of COVID-19, digital devices have allowed us to learn and work remotely, reducing our risk of viral transmission. But digital technology also comes at a cost: increased risk of pain, depression, insomnia, among other disorders.

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