What causes pain?
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Great question. With anyone I know, pain relates to a sensation that something hurts. If you feel pain… that means it hurts, or you feel discomfort, distress and perhaps some agony, but again, that all depends on the severity of your PAIN. Your pain can be steady and constant, in which case it may be an ache. It might even be a throbbing pain – or a pulsating pain. The pain could have a pinching sensation, or a stabbing one. When you tell me you have a pain, make sure you’re very clear as to what kind of pain you actually have. That way I can find the area of your body that is most likely causing that pain if it is coming from a pinched nerve.

The English word ‘pain’ probably comes from Old French (peine), Latin (poena – meaning punishment pain), or Ancient Greek (poine – a word more related to penalty), or a combination of all three.

Only the person who is experiencing the pain can describe it properly. Pain is a very individual experience.

The KKM estimates that the public health burden of pain affects one third of Malaysia’s population at a cost of between RM56 billion and RM63 billion each year!

*There are 100,000 miles of blood vessels in an… ADULT Human Body.

*Your ears and nose- – never stop growing