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TED - How our brains perceive pain.

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4 years 2 months ago #20294 by Mary
Mary created the topic: TED - How our brains perceive pain.
Hi all,

Here is an interesting animation of how our brains perceive pain signals in both acute and chronic pain; and why we are all different.

ed.ted.com/lessons/how-does-your-brain-r...-karen-d-davis#watch

Mary

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4 years 2 months ago #20353 by Skeiz
Skeiz replied the topic: TED - How our brains perceive pain.
You put up some great info Mary. Thanks so much.
We are all so different, although we still seem to be in a world of tick boxes. Hope they can get somewhere with this topic to assist us for the better.
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