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    Why do we grab where the pain is?

    I hurt my shoulder earlier and immediately grabbed it in pain and all of a sudden the question came to me. So why is it as a species that we grab where we were just hurt, like you bang your knee you immediately grab for it and so on. Good question right haha

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    A way to numb the pain

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    Originally Posted by PumpAndGrow View Post
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    i usually do a raindance when i injure myself
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    pressure actually does help with injuries.
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    You grab where the pain is because the pain and pressure pathways are shared in your nervous system. Putting pressure over the painful spot helps trick your brain into getting the pressure signal and decreasing the pain.
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    Now the case against the 'minor' offender. The practices of awarding authorship for, instead of giving acknowledgement to, those who did not actively contribute to the work of the paper, and of the so-called 'salami' and also repetitive pub- lications are unacceptable. Possible remedies have been suggested and guidelines proposed (see, e.g., Huth, I986a,b; Jones, 1996 and references cited therein), yet little has so far been achieved at local, national or international levels. Specific mechanisms have also been suggested (Royal Col- lege of Physicians of London, 1991) to root out these undesirable practices and to safeguard those who expose them. The research community must act sooner, rather than later, to arrest the progress of the offenders, and editors are well placed to take an initiative, though they alone clearly cannot solve the problem. There has to be at least a two-way, if not a three-way interaction between journal editors and members of the research com- munity and their official and professional organ- izations.
    Another area of particular ethical concern is the sphere of alcoholism and other drug dependence research. The Editors of Addiction (Edwards et al., 1995) have recently raised issues related to publishing in the addiction field, some of which are also pertinent to the above discussion, and so we may compare notes. When considering a medium for discussing ethical issues specific to and concerning alcohol and alcoholism research in some detail, this journal is the obvious choice, and I am therefore pleased also to welcome the Review by Plant et al. (1996) in this issue of Alcohol and Alcoholism. These latter authors dis- cuss a range of issues of major ethical importance in this field and in particular the relationships between alcohol researchers and their sponsors and funders. The area of alcohol research is a highly politicized one and its multifaceted nature lends itself to ethical enquiry. The editorial team thus welcomes debate of these specific issues in the pages of Alcohol and Alcoholism. Edwards et al. (1995) stated that 'currently it is the tobacco and alcohol manufacturers which are most pur- posefully attempting to influence the (game)' and suggested that 'insistence on openness will provide the best safeguard against industry influences'. We insist on openness and, as far as Alcohol and
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    usually when u bang into something and it hurts. its the muscle thats causing you discomfort. massaging the muscle will bring blood to the area and provide some alleviation.
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    Basically ^^^, pressure.

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    because when we were younger our mommies kissed our boo-boo's so holding that spot is like self kissing.
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    Originally Posted by redfield11 View Post
    like you bang your knee you immediately grab for it and so on.



    Seriously though, i think its just an instinct
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    It's also a way to guard and protect from any other pain that might be coming. Think of it like blocking a punch vs taking an unguarded punch!
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    Originally Posted by redfield11 View Post
    I hurt my shoulder earlier and immediately grabbed it in pain and all of a sudden the question came to me. So why is it as a species that we grab where we were just hurt, like you bang your knee you immediately grab for it and so on. Good question right haha

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    Lately im into chi energy, chakras an all that an I was thinking about the same thing the other day, it might be cause we have energy channels in our palms and with the pain you subconsciously concentrate on healing/decreasing the pain. just like the reiki people supposedly heal you..
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