what is the best way to loose the pain??fight it or just get use to it...

@ahna09 (106)
Philippines
April 29, 2008 7:25am CST
what is the best way to loose the pain?? is it fight it or just feel the pain, until it hurts no more.. for me just get use to it... feel the pain until it hurts no more.. because fighting it will just cause more damage...
7 responses
@realgem1 (260)
• India
1 May 08
There are 2 kinds of pain, one is your physical pain which causes bleeding and otehr stuffs, to get rid of that you can take some pain killers or you can sleep for some time after dressing your woundes. The other thing is called mental pain. Which is caused by situations that you go through and you get stressed out and depressed. This is the worst pain which has very minimal external treatment. The treatment for this would be internal for which medicine is available in you. you need to make your self prepared and get the things work out for you. For more information please visit my blog from my profile and get all the resources. Down load the FREE EBOOK FOR THE CURE FOR THE PROBLEMS THAT YOU ARE FACING FROM MY SITE AT MY PROFILE
@ahna09 (106)
• Philippines
2 May 08
thank you for sharing...
@dpk262006 (56225)
• Delhi, India
1 May 08
The best way to fight or say lose the pain is accept it. It is said that - either change the circumstances or accept it. If you try to forget the pain, it will keep coming into your mind.
@ahna09 (106)
• Philippines
2 May 08
thanks for sharing your point of view..
@busta1baby (1238)
• United States
30 Apr 08
HMM ID SAY FIGHT IT...Y LIFE WITH IT WEN U CAN FIGHT IT AND MAKE IT GO AWAY EVENTUALLY
@ahna09 (106)
• Philippines
2 May 08
thanks for sharing... you got a point there...
@sphinx06 (29)
• Philippines
30 Apr 08
The best way to loose the pain, by the way what kind of pain? Is it emotionally pain or physically pain? If its physically pain then you could buy some medicines and then gently apply in painful part of your body but the hardest pain of all is emotionally pain, right? because if it is emotionally pain, then one has to bear the pain and face it. One needs to face the pain and use it as a way of overcoming it. I mean you must take the pain positively and use it look forward to your life. Some, would use it as a tool to become strong person. Some would learn a lot out from that pain that he/she suffered before. Anyway, whatever pain it is we must move on and continue our journey as we struggle the difficult roads of our life.
@ahna09 (106)
• Philippines
2 May 08
actually it is emotional pain... but i forgot to be more specific... so whatever pain you want to share will do... heheh!sorry about that... well thanks for sharing... have a good day!
@kezabelle (2985)
29 Apr 08
Well having suffered with back pain for almost 3 years now I find its easier to just learn to live with it, if its a mild but constant pain. When its truely horrific like when my back goes completley there is no getting used to that sort of pain and then I fight it with the tablets the dr gave me when it is that bad I take the easiest route out and thats take some strong painkillers and go to bed.
@ahna09 (106)
• Philippines
2 May 08
thanks for sharing...
@myxymica (43)
• Philippines
4 May 08
yes, i agree, the more you fight with the pain, the more it will hurt. it's just a matter of acceptance.
@DCMerkle (1281)
• United States
2 May 08
There are many different types of pain. I have chronic pain because of vascular problem in my legs. I hate taking pain meds, but my Dr. has said that the pain will never be under control unless I focus on pain management. Which is a nice way of saying take the meds and hope that you don't get addicted. I remember when I was in labor with my first child, my mother said to me at one point after a contraction, "Okay, that one hurt and now it gone. You'll never feel that one again." For a split second I thought she was nuts! Then after the whole thing was over, I realized that she was right. Because after she said that I was able to gather the strength for the next looking at it because it was a new one and not the same old one. I've learned to apply that to the pain episodes that I get with my legs. It really has to get bad before I will go to the hospital for IV pain meds. I get the lecture from the Dr. about how if I had taken what I had at home I wouldn't be there, but I'd rather be forced to go to the hospital every 2-3 times a month then take the meds every 4-6 hours as needed. It's just a sure way to addiction. If you can deal with the pain, then try it for as long as you can stand it. If you have to have somethng to control the pain, then have it done at a hospital. It's in a medical setting and they don't want to send you home addicted. DCMerkle