anonymous
  • anonymous
Is there a biological or evolutionary reason some people are more sensitive to pain?
Biology
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anonymous
  • anonymous
An increased sensitivity to pain is a mixed blessing: on one hand, being more sensitive to it may mean a lower risk of injury. Pain exists to warn us about things that are damaging our body, and there are a number of diseases in which people lose pain sensitivity and end up with horrific injuries as a result. But on the other hand, an unusually high level of pain sensitivity can be crippling, for what I think are obvious reasons.
anonymous
  • anonymous
This can not be scientifacally tested without bias so no

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