Pain lets you know when something isn't rightThere IS such a thing as too high of a tolerance :P
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Additionally, my outdoor interests and general activities has trained my body to be used to pain at times as well. I do a lot of walking, hiking, biking, camping, etc., so I'm used to all sorts of cuts, scrapes, falls, puncture wounds, etc. Even things like being exposed to hundreds of mosquito bites per day lowers your pain threshold/tolerance/awareness level over time (as well as nearly eliminating your body's histamine reaction to bites by sheer exposure). Some of my activities has, in the past, caused varying levels of repetitive stress injuries (mostly long distance walking and hiking), so you learn to push through the pain at times as well. Either to overcome the injury or to just make it back home. So, I think all those things have trained my body's threshold and awareness of pain to be much lower over time.
*hurts you with an upvote!* >;)
@Still-alive arghhh the painnnn the painnn *holds chest and collapses* bhaha
If you have had a baby, you can take more pain than me. Looked up once what you go through and the fact you do it for love makes you even stronger in book.
@ThePolishKnight37 thanks although technically my first one wasn't a normal delivery cuz she was only 1lb 11 oz. And the other was 6 1/2 lb so not as bad as women that have 8-9 lb babies, hat's off to them