Definition of Pain Perception Essay

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TABLE OF CONTENTSTMA 03................................................................................................................................................2Q1. Action potential and its different stages...............................................................................2Q2 Prompt checklist....................................................................................................................2Q3. Essay plan............................................................................................................................3Q4. Essay on Pain perception and dependence on physical injury.............................................3Q5. Difference in planning essay and the actual presentation of the essay.................................3TMA 04................................................................................................................................................4Q1 COPD morbidity in the UK and Afghanistan.......................................................................4Q2 Respiratory organs and there breathing process....................................................................4Q3 Research hypothesis on advantages and disadvantages of using spirometer........................4Q4 MPOWER measures.............................................................................................................5Q5 Comparison between task 3 and task 4.................................................................................6REFERENCES.....................................................................................................................................7
TMA 03Q1. Action potential and its different stagesStages of Action potential before and after resting state.Q2 Prompt checklistArticle 1: Religious belief andpain reliefArticle 2: Faith in God easespain.Presentation:Yes the information is clearlycommunicated in this article.Some information is clear butrest of the information is notproperly conveyed.RelevanceIt matches the needs of thesearcher.It do not matches wit the needof the searcher.Objectivity:Yes it is clearIt is not clearMethod:Research was conducted on 12Catholics and non-Catholicsmembers and results wereinterpreted.Research was conducted on 12Catholics and atheist to drawout various results.Illustration1: Stages of Action Potential
Provenance:Yes it is clear in article 1It is not clear in article 2TimelinessThe date of information meetsthe requirements.The date is not specified.Q3. Essay planThe essay will cover three main parts. The introductory, main body of the essay and the finalconclusion partDefinition of pain perception during physical injury, and experience of pain in varioussituations during injury will be discussed in the introduction part of essay (Eisenberger,2012).The main body will cover several examples were pain is lesser and greater in different cases.The information will be collected through primary and secondary sources such as researchactivities and with the help of different websites on internet.At the end of essay the final part will be conclusion part which will cover cover all theabove discussed topics in essay (Bennett, and Woods, 2014).Q4. Essay on Pain perception and dependence on physical injuryIntroductionPain is an unpleasant sensory and motor sensations occurring in body due to damage attissue level. Generally pain is triggered by feeling of anxiety and restlessness.Evidence that pain perception is not entirely dependent on physical injuryDepending upon the type of physical injury, pain can be classified into chronic and acutepain, but is also evident that pain perception is sometimes independent of physical injury (Pacella,Hruska and Delahanty, 2013). For instance pain caused due to loss of arm or limb is a chronic painbut greater level of pain is experienced due to malfunctioning of central and peripheral nervoussystem.ConclusionIt can be concluded that various level of pain are experienced without the dependence ofphysical injury on body.Q5.Difference in planning essay and the actual presentation of the essay.The essay included definition of pain, some example and a conclusion part. But according tothe essay planning all the information was not available on internet as it do not provide access to allthe websites. Certain examples on pain perception were unclear which made understanding verydifficult. Hence only one example of evidence of pain perception is independent of physical injury
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