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Pain travels through the body on two general pathways, the central nervous system (brain and spine) and the peripheral nervous system (everything else). It would take a book to describe the numerous incomplete theories about how and why people experience pain. For this article we will simply consider this two facts Pain is a process and that is good news because even if you can't stop a process you can probably alter it. Second, pain is always at least partially in the mind or emotional in nature. This to is good news for the client and the therapist.
Nitrous oxide's fleeting euphoriant and insightful experiences represent a mixture of phenomena. These include the quieting of many higher inhibitory circuits and the enhancing of other circuits, coupled with the release (and rapid turnover) of endogenous opioids in the core of the brain. And, because it is relatively easy to breathe the gas, N,O continues to have the potential for abuse. A century ago, William James considered that N,O inhalation was short and harmless enough. He concluded, I strongly urge others to repeat the experiment . The effects will, of course, vary with the individual, just as they vary in the same individual from time to time. 3 Today, we appreciate that this seemingly simple gas has complex chemical and physiological actions.19 The serious damage that nitrous oxide abuse causes to the spinal cord and peripheral nerves has been attributed to its interfering with vitamin BI2 metabolism.2021
The way of asking and answering follows the energy beam, which goes from a developing luminous body to energy field, or a mature luminous body residing at a place of power. It consists of infinite number of energy channels. Information flow down these channels in the shape of energy. Answer given in this way is memorized in the developing luminous body, and the information, adjusted so that a human can grasp it, is directed through a similar but simpler beam to the aura. This beam touches the outer, least dense part of the aura, where energy information reaches the ends of information channels, which, gradually, lead the information energy from the aura's surface to the contacts with the nervous endings in the body. Following the peripheral nervous system, the information reach the brain and are decoded to a smaller or greater extent.
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Most of the peripheral nerves of our bodies are continuously sending messages inwards towards the brain. But most of them fail to activate any conscious response most of the time. Somewhere along the line they pass through a subsystem which at that time prevents the message from being passed on.
So, the deqi sensation is a special symptom produced by stimulation of small peripheral nerve fibers. And it is not the same as a local pain. Could this special numbness-tingling-ache also be regarded as a kind of early herald of pain-relief mechanisms soon to arrive That is, could it be the prelude to the next sequences 20 to 30 minutes later when we enlist some of our opioid pathways in the process of pain relief And if so, could such delayed pain relief then be correlated with reduced signals in many of the same (higherlevel) sites which would otherwise be activated during the actual production of pain
You might think that sensory nerves would only convey the signal of pain. Yet, our nervous systems are wired in ways that help us also relieve pain. One might summarize the early stages that produce our pain as follows it begins as volleys of impulses that ascend from our peripheral nerves, and are then processed into pain percepts at successively higher levels in our central nervous system Z 352-355 .
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