Myth 2: Pain is Bad
Okay, most people recognize that pain is a, generally speaking, a bad thing. Most of the time it’s a signal that something is wrong with the body and it’s time for something, anything, to change.
However, feeling pain is important, too. Not receiving pain messages could lead to more pain. That’s why it’s crucial that you pay attention to the pain and make changes to your lifestyle to accommodate the pain. Don’t simply take a painkiller to cover the pain up; use it to determine what activities will fit into your routine and what actions will not.