5.1.3.a_hurtssogood - Activity 5.1.3 Hurts So Good Introduction Unfortunately we have all most likely felt pain From small aches to immeasurable agony

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Activity 5.1.3: Hurts So GoodIntroductionUnfortunately, we have all most likely felt pain. From small aches to immeasurable agony, pain is a part of life. Feeling pain is a result of the coordinated action of pain receptors throughout the body and the nervous system. Signals make their way fromthe outside to the inside to register damage and injury. But what would life be like if you could feel no pain? Your first reaction might be one of excitement or joy, but when you really stop and think about it, pain is vital to our survival. How do these aches and pains actually protect the human body? In this activity, you will investigate the physiology of pain in the human body. You will view a video clip that illustrates how and why your body allows you to feel pain, as well as how and why your body can actually keep you from feeling pain. In what ways does pain protect the amazing human? How would the body be affected if it never registered a single ounce of pain?
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  • Winter '15
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  • Neuroscience, Human Body, CongenitalInsensitivity to Pain with Anhidrosis

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