The human body is a crazy complicated, perplexing, amazing, magnificent thing. People spend their lives studying the human body, discovering the processes and movements of each and every aspect of it. You could never know everything about it in one lifetime. That's not even broaching the subject of the human mind. Scientists look at the human brain as a complicated collection of motor and sensory signals all keeping the body moving.
That's very important, especially when your mind is responding to pain. The receptors in your body are responsible for signifying pain to the brain through neurons and synapses.
Before we fall into the science rabbit hole, the point of the matter is that pain exists for a reason. That's your body's natural way of telling you that something is wrong and that you need to stop what you're doing and re-evaluate the situation.
We all have a passion. For some it is theatre or music but for others it's more physical. Sports, or even exercising alone can fuel the fire of passion in the hearts of many.
If you're one of these people, you'll find it hard to listen to your body when pain occurs. Your metaphorical heart is telling you to keep going, whatever the cost.
In this circumstance, you need to slow down for a moment and listen to your brain. Your body sends pain signals because damage has been done and it's not always clear right away what the extent of the damage is. If you don't, your could risk causing irreparable damaged and reducing your quality of life and sacrificing what you love.
When the dust has settled, you can get a better view of what needs to be done to get you back to health. Sometimes that just means a day's rest, and sometimes it takes more than that but from there you'll have a plan of action to get back to your passion! We are lucky to live in a world where our doctors know how to look after us and to help us rehabilitate as safely as possible.
The pain can sometimes be difficult to deal with when it comes to a serious injury but that's where intervention may help. Scientific advances have allowed us to enhance the body's own pain management system in a non invasive, non chemical way. You can administer this treatment yourself with the Lectronics Willow Curve...
Listen to your brain, take care of your body because it's the only one you've got!