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Rating Pain

Something interesting happens when we deal with pain. Interesting to me, anyways. The medical profession asks us to rate it on a scale of 1-10, with one being minimal and 10 being excruciating.

I find that very confusing. It’s very difficult to “rate pain” if you’ve been dealing with it for over 30 years. You become accustomed to it and just accept it. It’s a part of life, sometimes a little worse, sometimes a little more. So, what’s up with suddenly rating it? I just don’t get it.

Plus, some individuals, like myself, have had a fractured C-1 and closed head injury. For the past 35 years I have been unable to judge when something was too much until I overdo so severely that it’s difficult to function. After doing research into C-1 fractures and head injuries lately, I found out why that is. It turns out that a fractured C-1 (first cervical vertebrae) hinders the transmitting of signals from the body to the brain. Wow…It was nice to find that out. It provided much needed insight.

So…back to the pain threshold measurement tool. How does it help anyone? I still don’t understand it. It’s so subjective, how can it be useful?

That’s my opinion, anyways. Hoping this helps others going through the same thing.

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