has a male and a female version. Most males
think they are strong and women cannot
endure as much pain as they can. But that is not correct. Females can endure
long lasting, very painful situations much longer than most male. Think about pregnancy and the period after that. To most, a very uncomfortable and painful time but
they carry it with pride and conscious mind.
are strong on the physical side of pain.
When suffering an accident or violent action they are able to carry out the results and fight a way back.
Physical pain seems to be a part of the male
tradition and they are able to endure and recover it well. Women can bear the
feeling of pain but due to their caring nature will look for softer
alternatives. They know their body needs to survive to pass on live. Males are
easier to give their own life to protect.
does pain start is a question constantly asked when we research a case. Some
pains are easy to trace back to a starting point. When there is an open wound
due to an accident, the cause is easily pointed out. But what about the loss of
a loved one. Is the pain due to the loss
of that person or because of personal
emptiness, a feeling of being left alone? Mental pain leaves many physical
traces of pain, some are even serious and can kill a person.
starts with a neural transfer of energy by flashing neurons sending information
from one to the other. In the past, it
was believed that neurons only could send and receive information one way. From
the point of origin to the central nerve system (CNS) and “wait” for an answer.
That is no longer the case. Neurons do not only transfer neurotransmitters and
other chemicals, but they also seem to
release other chemicals in the direct neighborhood of the transmission point. A
minim loss but still significant and building up when that part is hurt. These
wasted chemicals are resolved by the body most of the time. But when this is
not happening they can lead to other effects and play there own “game”.
During transmissions, it is possible that some nerves bounce the signal as they are occupied with other information. The signal must be “rerouted” and follow another path. This is a misleading event as it is no longer clear where the origin of the pain is. It is even more disturbing if a nerve keeps firing with no actual information in it. The system becomes overloaded and disturbed, ending in chronic pain. (end part 2)