Pain is often the primary urge that causes most of us to go to the doctor for a checkup.
If you look for definitions for physical pain, you will find that they are not uniform.
Pain tolerance does vary from person to person, but pain intensification has more objective metrics.
Physical pain - My suggested definition. (Without using synonyms for pain)
"Pain is a short or continuous alarm sensation caused by temporary or permanent cell damage (above a certain threshold) in tissue with sensory nerves ." Pain is a part of the self-defense mechanism.
Three factors determine the objective severity of pain.
- The Density of the sensory nerves differs in different areas of the body. The head area, palms, hands, genitals, and nipples are rich in sensory nerves, so they tend to hurt more.
- There are major organs that are not pain-sensitive such as the brain itself and the liver.
- The intensity of tissue damage Volume is correlated to The duration of pain and the pain scale.
- Severe and prolonged tissue damage is more painful, lasting longer.
- The Regeneration rate of the damaged tissue is directly proportional to the speed at which the pain passes. For example, skin cells recover quickly, so when we cut ourselves superficially with a knife, the pain passes relatively within a short time.
How to relieve pain with the self-healing method?
The self-healing method is essentially anti-inflammatory and works on the causes of pain, not its symptoms. The disadvantage of this method is that it is slower and requires patience and perseverance. Each of the techniques described in detail in the Natural therapies chapter is effective in reducing pain. NATURAL THERAPIES.
- Eat only natural, varied foods. Do not eat any processed and industrialized foods or artificial beverages.
- Coffee enemas have an almost immediate effect on pain relief. The main difficulty of people is to overcome the feeling of lack of hygiene! Coffee enemas can be made at home in the bathroom with great comfort and maximum hygiene.
- Intermittent fasting is a very effective method of relieving chronic pain.
- Natural (unsweetened) juices can greatly relieve pain, especially in patients with gastrointestinal diseases.
- Drinking natural lemon juice (without sugar) mixed in lukewarm water may help relieve intestinal acidity and relieve many chronic pains.
- Natural grapefruit juice improves liver function and reduces pain.
- Drinking bentonite clay may reduce severe pain caused by inflammation or acute infections.
- Licorice (Gan Cao) is considered in China as an ancient medicinal plant with natural cortisone properties, which reduces pain without acute side effects.
- Massage, reflexology, strenuous exercise most often can alleviate moderate chronic pain.
- Direct and controlled sun exposure has analgesic properties.
- Although acupuncture can be painful at times, it is very effective in relieving pain.
- Omega-3 fatty acids (found in fish oil) have a powerful anti-inflammatory effect. For those who do not eat fish or seafood, it is advisable to take a supplement of quality omega 3. (Omega 3 from fish oil is better than omega 3 from flaxseed or vegetable oil)
- Low levels of vitamin b12 can cause inflammatory effects. Simple blood tests can be performed to detect vitamin b12 deficiency. The absorption of the vitamin in injections is better than that of pills.
- It is advisable to avoid the systematic taking of supplements, which may even be harmful.