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    Default Pain Suppressed/Elicit Behavior

    open forum about Pain suppressed behavior.


    Q. Dr. House:

    please explain me what is PAIN SUPPRESSED BEHAVIOR (in Pharmacology)? send me a PM or explain here. thanks a lot.

    A: drgauravkatiyar: Pain increases the rate, frequency, or intensity of some behaviors (eg, withdrawal responses) and suppresses other behaviors (eg, feeding).

    A: Speed Racer.
    Pain can modulate release of serotonin, norepinefrin, opiods or dopamine and hypothalamic and lymbic system respond with several behaviors(elicit or supress) depending of the major imbalance of neurotransmitters or hormons.

    A: Speed Racer:
    About CHRONIC PAIN the patient is associated to depression, primary or secundary gain, psychosomatic disorder, conversion disorder, suicide, drugs abuse, insomnia, agressive or defensive attitud.


    A: Speed Racer
    About acute pain is well known several behaviors y depend of the cause of pain (in fight, accident, disease)==>(run or anger, save yourself or die, loss of conssiousness etc)

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    Major Neurotransmitters "Feel Good"

    ENDORPHINS (Opiods): Mood elevating, enhancing, euphoric. The more present, the happier you are! Natural pain killers.

    NOREPINEPHRINE: Excitatory, feel happy, alert, motivated. Anti-depressant, appetite control, energy, sexual arousal.

    DOPAMINE: Feelings of bliss and pleasure, euphoric, appetite control, controlled motor movements, feel focused.

    ACETYLCHOLINE: Alertness, memory, sexual performance, appetite control, release of growth hormone.

    PHENYLETHYLMINE (PEA): Feelings of bliss, involved in feelings of infatuation (high levels found in chocolate).

    Inhibitory

    ENKEPHALINS: Restrict transmission of pain, reduce craving, reduce depression.

    GABA (Gamma Amino Butyric Acid): Found throughout central nervous system, anti-stress, anti-anxiety, anti-panic, anti-pain; Feel calm, maintain control, focus.

    Hormonal

    SEROTONIN: Promotes and improves sleep, improves self esteem, relieves depression, diminishes craving, prevents agitated depression and worrying.

    MELATONIN: "Rest and recuperation" and "anti-aging" hormone. Regulates body clock.

    OXYTOCIN: Stimulated by Dopamine. Promotes sexual arousal, feelings of emotional attachment, desire to cuddle.





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    That was a good clinical-bichemestry co-relation about how brain respond to stress and any other stimuli (drugs, stress, injury,fear)

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    thanks A Lot For Valuable Information speed Racer!

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    That a very good medical suggestion given by you..thanks for this post

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    That's good info though
    I'm not the smartest fellow in the world, but I can sure pick smart colleagues.

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