After some comments by a physician who consults occasionally, we decided to have a round table discussion about the lack of structure experienced by those with central pain. You may find some of the opinions interesting.
So many in the survey have muscle pain as part of CP, we wonder that more has not been said about it. “In theory, there is no difference between theory and practice. But, in practice, there is.”
You need to come up with some bad habits better than smoking. How about chocolate or something? This article will prepare you for another one in the future so read through the introductory material on acetyl choline.
An “agonist” mimics or promotes the action of something else. Several new NAChR drugs are coming onto the market to treat neuropathic pain.
You have read the stories of explorers. They had to face difficult travel and endure all kinds of unpleasant sensory experiences. Sound familiar?
A role may appear for the use of WIN 55, 212-2 in treating central pain.
Here is another contribution from one of our favorite poets
How do you scream bloody murder without “murmuring”.? (someone reminded us murmuring is wrong, as per I Cor 10:10). You ask the hardest questions. We are not up to providing the answers. Here are our opinion pieces, no more valid than your own. These are some thoughts on what to do if the emotional Mr. Hyde seems to have replaced your natural self and you think maybe you are the anti-Darwin. Living split apart is not far from what some describe in central pain.
Know thyself. Introspection is good for the soul
Let’s do a little to educate the medical profession about central pain and help ourselves in the process.