Why do we feel pain?


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When you hurt yourself you feel pain. And we assume the bigger the injury, the more intense the pain? But what if you didn't even realise you were hurt, would the pain be the same? What about when pain isn't related to an injury like exercising pain & period pain? Why does that hurt? To answer the question how it works and why we feel it, Adam sits down the 'Dr. of Pain', Professor Lorimer Moseley.
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