26 October, 2011 in Life | 4 Comments
My mother had the drugs, because my mother isn’t a moron.
I’m sure your mother is very proud of you.
Well, not to offend the great MOM in this, but just to clarify some misconceptions..
Firstly and foremostly pain is qualitative, not quantitative.
It can’t be measured.
but some duffers in UK Oxford says following ,
“Using magnetic resonance imaging, researchers have found distinct differences between the brains of people who are experiencing pain and those who are not. That means doctors may have a way to measure suffering based on something other
“Pain seems to increase the blood flow to certain parts of the brain, roughly in proportion to the amount of pain felt, and we can measure that activation in a brain scan,” Irene Tracey, professor of anaesthetic science at Oxford University, told the newspaper.”
So according to their definition, blood flow to an organ is directly proportional to the pain in that organ but contrary to that, a hematoma has large amounts of blood flow in initial stages (equivalent to 78del pain) before it sets but has negligible pain.
Secondly, pain is relative term, the same needle pricking you may cause more pain to you than your friend. It is purely relative term.
But yes, I love and respect my mother regardless of whether pictures on the internet are correct or not.
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