The human body has tissues that quickly detects any abnormal or strange effect intruding in the body. When these tissues are affected, they can start showing syndromes or signs. For example, you can get cut by a knife or get an injury during an accident; then, you feel pain. The pain experienced is due to disturbed or dislocated body tissues. Illness can easily affect your immune and cause body tissues weak. Some pains their sources can be unknown, and they can make you uncomfortable because they may be chronic.
What causes weird pain?
Your body may have health complications such as cancer; for example, this may result in pain to other parts of your body apart from the one effect. To point this out, it may mean that some health problems may affect other parts of the body. Some illnesses may show up with pain as a sign that they are in your body, but this doesn’t mean that every pay you may feel you are affected. Several factors can cause weird pains in your body, for example:
- Depression, that is, excess thinking due to stress. You may have some issues that are making you overthink. Stress causes the brain to strain a lot, and you end up having a headache.
- Lack of sleep may cause pain in your eyes. It would be best if you got enough sleep for health benefits because when you get enough sleep, your body rests. If you are not sleeping enough, you are likely to experience health problems such as pain.
- Taking heavy work. Sometimes you do heavy work, for example, currying bricks and stones during the construction of buildings and work for long hours without a rest. For this reason, your body muscles get overworked and strain so much, and finally, you may experience chronic pain.
Examining weird pain
Since some pain may come randomly, it becomes hard to determine the root cause. It is essential to take some considerations to examine your pain.
1. The time the pain started
When you feel pain and not end, take a count of time when it began. Here you will quickly analyze what may have caused it. The question to ask yourself is, what was I doing time and before the pain start? Or what was happening before the pain start? These are questions that you can quickly know the root cause of your abnormal pain. If you are seeking medication due to your chronic pain, your doctor can help you better.
2. Body part where you are experiencing the pain.
It will easier to treat your pain if you know which part of your body is painful. Though some pains may not show up in your body, you can take attention and understand where the pain is likely located in your body. For example, the pain can be felt in body joints, body skin, backbone, neck or legs, head, and hands, to mention a few.
3. Severance of the pain
Although you can not measure the amount of pain you feel, it becomes hard to tell the pain’s quantity. Therefore, you examine if the pain is too much or not paining much. Here you can also determine how the pain is like, that is, how the anxiety attacks you. You can explain whether the pain like shooting, throbbing, pinching, stinging or any other way it may attack you. There are periods when the pain may be getting settled, or sometimes it gets worse, and it is essential to note those occasions for better medication.
Getting treatment for your abnormal pain
Chronic pains may stop you from doing day to day activities or cause uncomfortableness, and it is better to seek medication. You can visit the clinic or visit your doctor for advice. In some instances, people use traditional herbs such as Kratom to kill the pain. You can get it mostly online, but make sure your state law allows these types of herbs.
Using Kratom for painkiller
Kratom is a tree where its leaves can be chewed or cooked or used as a tea. Sometimes it can be smoked, and due to the presence of opioids, it works as a painkiller. Although Kratom has been as medicine, in some instances, it is being used as a drug and has effects.
Effects of using Kratom
When taken too much, it causes you to feel sleepy even during work, and when taken at a low dose, it makes you think that your body has energy. It also has side effects such as liver damage, dry mouth, hallucinations, muscle tremors, sweating, and even dizziness.
Abnormal pains may attack you unexpectedly, and when they strike you, you must examine the root cause of them if possible. If your shocks are taking longer to recover, visit your doctor for medical advice. It is not necessary to take medication for your pains without a doctor’s medical description to avoid drug abuse.
Junie Rutkevich is an independent author who has contributed helpful articles in Lifehack, Engadget and TempeOp. She also wrote a book about Healthy Eating Habits and is available on Amazon.