*  Sliding pressure algometer, a development in eliciting pressure pain thresholds at the boundaries of surface markings of...
... a development in eliciting pressure pain thresholds at the boundaries of surface markings of abnormally tender regions ... Pressure-pain threshold in human temporal region. Evaluation of a new pressure algometer. Pain 1986;25:313-23. ... a development in eliciting pressure pain thresholds at the boundaries of surface markings of abnormally tender regions ... As pain can arise from both active and latent MTrPs and there may be many of each within the same muscle, the large abnormally ...
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*  Sunny Weather = Fewer Migraines? The Everlasting Hunt for Triggers - The Daily Headache
Suffice to say, I have an abnormally high threshold for pain. When I broke a tooth recently, the dentist would not perform the ... The Weather Channel has an "aches and pains" index on their website. It rates each day on a scale from 1-10 how likely it is ... I'm used to dealing with joint pain from changes in barometric pressure but I'm only 25… I feel like I'm too young for my body ... My son was hunched over with pain and had no energy due to his metabolic problem - I could understand a doctor thinking that it ...
  http://www.thedailyheadache.com/2008/02/sunny-weather-migraine-triggers.html?replytocom=3986
*  Pain Threshold and Fibromyalgia
Get a definition of pain threshold, see how it's involved in fibromyalgia and chronic fatigue syndrome, and how it's different ... Pain Thresholds and Fibromyalgia. Pain thresholds vary from person to person and research suggests that they are abnormally low ... Threshold vs. Tolerance. The term pain threshold is often confused with, or even used interchangeably with, pain tolerance. ... The pain threshold is the point at which sensation becomes pain. For example, imagine someone is tapping on your arm and taps ...
  https://www.verywell.com/pain-threshold-715947
*  Prader-Willi Syndrome - NORD (National Organization for Rare Disorders)
Additional symptoms that can occur in affected individuals include a high pain threshold, a tendency to bruise easily without ... Affected individuals may also have abnormally small hands and feet, side-to-side curvature of the spine (scoliosis), and, in ... Affected females may exhibit an abnormally small clitoris or labia minor. Absence of a menstrual cycle (primary amenorrhea) is ... Some individuals may have reduced flow of saliva with abnormally thick, sticky saliva. ...
  https://rarediseases.org/rare-diseases/prader-willi-syndrome/
*  The Genetics of Autism | ELECTRONIC ARTICLES | Pediatrics
201 it is often associated with a high threshold for pain, which suggests an abnormally high (not low) level of endogenous ... Thus, in individuals with autism, certain sets of genes acting in concert have lowered a theoretical threshold to allow the ... None of the MLS scores obtained by IMGSAC in the initial study reached this threshold. However, analysis of a more ...
  http://pediatrics.aappublications.org/content/113/5/e472.full
*  Study on Flexibility, Power, and Speed - The Stick Store
... are more susceptible to injury and have a decreased pain threshold (Bonci, 2000). These isolated bands of hypertonicity ... Extremely prevalent in athletes, these isolated bands of hypertonicity restrict blood flow due to abnormally high internal ... Pain and weakness may occur at any point in an individual's range of motion. In deference to this existence of different areas ... In one instance, a convenience sample of 20 subjects, with low back pain resulting from trigger points, was treated via the ROM ...
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*  Chronic Whiplash Injuries and Pain Thresholds
With CS, the patient's ability to feel pain is abnormally high or hypersensitive, so when pain from pressure, temperature, ... Why is this so important? Well, if we can find a way to raise the pain threshold in patients with CS, then this could reduce ... This study concluded that the pain threshold associated with CS can be modulated by injecting myofascial trigger points (with ... Researchers have found that pain thresholds improve after an anesthetic agent is injected into myofascial trigger points (MTrP ...
  http://drryanmcdonnelblog.com/1279/chronic-whiplash-injuries-and-pain-thresholds/
*  Chronic Whiplash Injuries and Pain Thresholds
With CS, the patient's ability to feel pain is abnormally high or hypersensitive, so when pain from pressure, temperature, ... You are here: Home / Whiplash / Chronic Whiplash Injuries and Pain Thresholds. Chronic Whiplash Injuries and Pain Thresholds. ... Why is this so important? Well, if we can find a way to raise the pain threshold in patients with CS, then this could reduce ... This study concluded that the pain threshold associated with CS can be modulated by injecting myofascial trigger points (with ...
  https://chiro-trust.org/whiplash/chronic-whiplash-injuries-pain-thresholds/
*  FSU Study on Flexibility, Power, and Speed - RPI of Atlanta Intracell The Stick : RPI of Atlanta Intracell The Stick
... are more susceptible to injury and have a decreased pain threshold (Bonci, 2000). These isolated bands of hypertonicity ... Extremely prevalent in athletes, these isolated bands of hypertonicity restrict blood flow due to abnormally high internal ... Pain and weakness may occur at any point in an individual's range of motion. In deference to this existence of different areas ... Belcher, P. E. (1993). The intracell as an instrument of choice in the management of myofascial back pain. Atlanta: RPI of ...
  http://intracell.info/2009/06/fsu-study-on-flexibility-power-and-speed/
*  Effecting Superior Pain Management Strategies by Combining Technology with Tradition: Medicine & Healthcare Book Chapter | IGI...
Today we are witnessing a significant rise in chronic diseases and chronic pain. Modern medicine appears not to be sufficient ... Effecting Superior Pain Management Strategies by Combining Technology with Tradition: 10.4018/978-1-5225-0920-2.ch023: ... Is it because the newer generations are made of 'weaker' materials or is it that the pain threshold is reduced or the ... Endogenous pain control (via endorphins, Enkaphalins, and Dynorphins) (3) Direct inhibition of an abnormally excited nerve. (4 ...
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*  3FatChicks on a Diet! - Diet & Weight Loss Support
Positive effects of cortisol release during stress include a higher pain threshold, a rush of energy, increased immunity and an ... When your body is constantly producing an abnormally high amount of cortisol, your normal cortisol production can be disrupted ...
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*  Ashley Nichole's Pain Flashcards by Ashley Werth | Brainscape
Pain that occurs as chronic pain due to bone to bone contact that damages the tissue as in osteoarthristis is what type of pain ... When there is Nociceptive pain, and the pain goes away after wound is healed or stablized, the pain is known as. ... Pain that occurs ocassionally when abnormal connections between pain fibers and the sympathetic nevous system perpeuate ... A pain state (generally severe) for which there is no cure possibly even after accepted medical evaluation and treatements have ...
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*  Cannabis relieves chronic pain - BrainMeta.com Forum
There is no set threshold for intraocular pressure that causes glaucoma - while one person may develop nerve damage at a ... In glaucoma, intraocular pressure rises to abnormally high levels. When intraocular pressure gets too high, or remains at high ... Pain drove me to pot'. 10 Aug 01 , Health. Pain test for cannabis. 05 Jul 01 , Health. Cannabis 'not medical panacea'. 16 Jan ... My girlfriend has horrible chronic back pains...and at such a young age...it would be nice if she could have some of the greens ...
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*  Fibromyalgia - Wikipedia
The evidence suggests that the pain in fibromyalgia results primarily from pain processing pathways functioning abnormally. In ... This theory proposes that people with fibromyalgia have a lower threshold for pain because of increased reactivity of pain- ... clinical pain, and experimental pain in a chronic pain cohort". Arthritis Rheum. 52 (5): 1577-84. doi:10.1002/art.21008. PMID ... Although fibromyalgia is classified based on the presence of chronic widespread pain, pain may also be localized in areas such ...
  https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Fibromyalgia
*  Randy James, D.C.
With CS, the patient's ability to feel pain is abnormally high or hypersensitive, so when pain from pressure, temperature, ... Chronic Whiplash Injuries and Pain Thresholds. Published on July 27th, 2017 under Whiplash ... Chronic Pain and Whiplash. Published on June 24th, 2017 under Whiplash. Most sprains and strains typically take six weeks to ... Though most patients with a whiplash injury improve within a few months, about 25% have long-term pain and disability that may ...
  http://drrandyjamesblog.com/category/whiplash/
*  Hyperpathia - Wikipedia
Hyperpathia describes the neuropathic pain which the pain threshold on one hand is elevated and the other hand is central ... A painful syndrome characterized by an abnormally painful reaction to a stimulus, especially a repetitive stimulus, as well as ... 77-86). Seattle: IASP Press (I.A.S.P, 1986). Pain Supplement 3: Classification of Chronic Pain, Descriptions of Chronic Pain ... Jensen, T. S. (1996). Mechanisms of neuropathic pain. In J. N. Campbell (Ed.), Pain, 1996, an updated review. (pp. ...
  https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hyperpathia
*  Bulimia nervosa - Wikipedia
For example, some show increased thresholds to heat pain compared and report the same level of satiety after consuming more ... anxiety disorders and sleep disorders Frequent occurrences involving consumption of abnormally large portions of food The use ... Purging, however, was seen in anorexic patients and attributed to gastric pain rather than another method of weight control. In ...
  https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bulimia_nervosa
*  Group C nerve fiber - Wikipedia
... the result can be chronic neuropathic pain caused by lowering the heat pain threshold for their phosphorylation.[8][11] ... After a nerve lesion of either C fibers or Aδ fibers, they become abnormally sensitive and cause pathological spontaneous ... Role in neuropathic pain[edit]. Activation of nociceptors is not necessary to cause the sensation of pain.[11] Damage or injury ... "Pain (1-2 ed.). 129 (1-2): 130-142. doi:10.1016/j.pain.2006.10.010. PMC 1997296 . PMID 17156923.. ...
  https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Group_C_nerve_fiber
*  Can Certain Common Foods Trigger Cancer? ( A new study has thrown light that some ...)
Effects Of Certain Food Related To Single Pain Receptors. 7. Spices Could Be Employed To Treat Certain Cancers. 8. Certain ... Calcium Supplements May Not Be Useful After A Certain Threshold Is Achieved. 5. Small Doses Of Radiation Can Help Certain Lung ... causing cells to grow abnormally, which may eventually lead to lung cancer. This finding by the team from Queen's University ...
  http://www.bio-medicine.org/medicine-news/Can-Certain-Common-Foods-Trigger-Cancer-3F-18984-1/
*  Advanced Wellness Pain Relief
This will make the mobility of the neck abnormally low (more stiffness). This scar is also not as elastic as tissue that has ... lower threshold) and with more severity when it does occur. Since older adults are most likely to have this type of ... low back pain (11) pain management (10) advanced wellness (9) back pain (9) lower back pain (9) Carpal Tunnel Syndrome (8) ... Joseph Cilea, Health Update, nerve pain, NEUROPATHY, new jersey pain management, nj pain management, pain management, ...
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*  Irritable Bowel Syndrome: The Ayurvedic Approach By Branislava Petric
c) One study describes that 'IBS patients often have lower visceral pain threshold, reporting abdominal pain at lower volumes ... Abdominal pain in IBS patients is probably 'caused by abnormally strong contractions of the intestinal smooth muscles or by an ... increases the pain threshold and slows colonic transit time. ... Abdominal pain is cramp-like and intermittent in the whole ... a) Anti-spasmodic agent: and anti-cholinergic agent which is used for treatment of acute episodes of pain and bloating. ( ...
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*  Pathogenesis of Postoperative Oral Surgical Pain: Neurophysiology of Postoperative Pain
... hyperalgesia is characterized by spontaneous pain, a decreased pain threshold, and the increased magnitude of perceived pain ... Pain that is induced by normally nonpainful stimuli (allodynia) or abnormally intense pain elicited by noxious stimuli ( ... Neuroanatomy of Postoperative Pain. *Pathogenesis of Postoperative Oral Surgical Pain: Neuropharmacology of Postoperative Pain ... Acute pain, the pain felt at the moment of injury, results from activation of the nociceptive sensory endings in the affected ...
  http://www.anesthesiaprogress.com/pathogenesis-of-postoperative-oral-surgical-pain-neurophysiology-of-postoperative-pain.html
*  Neuropathic Pain - 3
... pain intensity (VAS) following: elec-trical toothbrush for 60 seconds and von Frey hair 1.5 x pain threshold and 3) the ... The combination of sensory loss together with abnormally evoked pain characterizes painful skin areas also in peripheral ... PAIN FOLLOWING SPINAL CORD INJURY: FACTORS RELATED TO PROLONGED PAIN EXPERIENCE AND UNSUCCESSFUL PAIN MANAGEMENT ... The location of pain was associated with certain qualities of pain, i.e., subjects marking pain in the neck-shoulder and back ...
  http://painstudy.ru/wcp/neuropathic3.htm
*  d-Methadone Is Antinociceptive in the Rat Formalin Test | Journal of Pharmacology and Experimental Therapeutics
1994) Response of chronic neuropathic pain syndrome to ketamine: a preliminary study. Pain 56:51-57. ... a physiological phenomenon whereby spinal cord neurons become abnormally active after repetitive C-fiber stimulation (Dickenson ... the more general phenomenon whereby sensory neurons decrease activation thresholds, enlarge receptive field size and fire ... 1996) Oral methadone for managing chronic nonmalignant pain. J. Pain Symptom Manage. 11:321-328. ...
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*  What Is Blood Pressure And What Are Its Symptoms?
It keeps on elevating until it reaches the hypertensive crisis threshold of 180/110 mm Hg (or either the upper or lower value) ... Most of the emphasis is laid on having abnormally high blood pressure, but the converse is also possible. Low blood pressure, ... some chest pain, defective vision, dizziness, fatigue etc. However, these symptoms aren't very useful in nipping hypertension ... However, some people have abnormally low blood pressure which may be caused by an underlying health issue that needs treatment ...
  https://www.consumerhealthdigest.com/blood-pressure-center/what-is-blood-pressure.html