Why do some people like pain

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Why do people like to play with pain during sex?

When and why is pain pleasurable?

I don't judge anyone's personal preferences or kinks, so long as they're practiced consensually and safely. In that case, I will be the first person to cheer you on. But that doesn't stop me from being curious about it. Why do people like pain during sex? It's a valid question, and one worth exploring.

Why some people like pain? Why some people like to suffer? Don't we all want to feel good? Why do some people want to feel bad? For the first instance those questions might seem really strange, After all we all know that everyone wants to be happy so how come can some people like pain?

Similar areas of the brain are activated when you burn your hand on the stove and when you bite into a cookie. Here's why. Following is a transcript of the video. Chef Johnny is right. Pain and pleasure are intricately connected.

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Erin Young receives funding from National Institutes of Health. What is it about Rachel that makes her different from Phoebe? Pain is the single most common symptom reported when seeking medical attention. Under normal circumstances, pain signals injury, and the natural response is to protect ourselves until we have recovered and the pain subsides. Unfortunately, people differ not only in their ability to detect, tolerate and respond to pain but also in how they report it and how they respond to various treatments. This makes it difficult to know how to effectively treat each patient. Individual differences in health outcomes often result from complex interactions of psychosocial, environmental and genetic factors.

The relationship between pain and pleasure in human sexuality is as profound as it is complex. It is a polarity that lives in each of us and deserves our curiosity. Sadly, it is not unusual for us to close down to situations that we fear will bring pain and discomfort. Replacing our tendency of avoidance with a capacity for wonder when it comes to our pain associations with sex is eye opening and has the potential to release an untapped capacity for pleasure. Each time I have sex I am struck by the ecstatic release of deep pleasure, which ignites an equal release of intense pain. The pelvic cavity, one of the most miraculous wonders in the human body, balancing both the capacity to walk erect and procreate, is a truth teller for most of us.


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