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Europe Railway Map for They reduce the experience of pain and can induce feelings of relaxation or pleasure. Associated with the so-called runner’s high’. What do YOU think? We have already identified a number of factors that influence our experience of pain. Think how you react to pain. Do these factors reflect your own experience of pain? And how do we come to respond to pain in the way we do? Do you rub yourself if you are bruised to ease the pain? If so, why? Did you learn to do it as a response to previous pain experiences ? or were you told to do so by a parent or friend? Are you stoic in the face of pain? If so, is this a result of how others have expected you to respond? Big boys don’t cry’ cultural and childhood experiences may encourage different ways of expressing both emotional and physical pain in men and women. Do they affect how you respond to pain? Or do you respond in ways determined by your personality? People who are generally anxious may be more prone to respond to pain with catastrophic thinking, anxiety and high levels of physiological arousal ? resulting in a relatively high experience of pain and other labelling of bodily sensations as symptoms’ of disease see Chapter People who are more relaxed and optimistic may have a less emotional response to pain and experience relatively less pain. Is this the case for you? Figure A schematic view of the gate control mechanism postulated by Melzack and Wall. Europe Railway Map 2016.

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