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This has nothing to do with wiring; we are, essentially, all wired the same way (ignoring, of course, the outliers: e.g. people with an improperly developed nervous system [CIPA - Congenital Insensitivity to Pain with Anhidrosis]). There are, however, various reasons you might have different effects on different people: Muscle Mass – While this is not a ...


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Welcome to the scary world of real human anatomy. What you read in an anatomy book is the average location of things - but actual people can have significant variation in specific location. For example, the sciatic nerve can run over, under, or through the piriformis muscle - it all depends on how your body randomly grows. Likewise, you can have ...


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Interesting question... I didn't really give this enough thought before, so I'll relate it to martial arts by way of kobujutsu taisabaki to keep it on topic. Standing, and thus stance (kamae) in kobujutsu, is a vital aspect of proper positioning relative to the opponent. Asayama Ichiden-ryu, Masaki-ryu, Kukishin-ryu, Yagyu Shingan-ryu all stress the ...


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Everyone is different. It is important to realize that things like this is usually ON AVERAGE. Such as 98.6 is the AVERAGE temperature for a human but it doesn't mean someone is necessarily sick if their temperature is off from this. Everyone has their own tolerance for pain or it may just turn out to not be a painful spot for them. I would expect ...


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None of these seem to apply to me for whatever reason, I'm only thirteen but my parents have no Immunity to pressure points and It's been that way all my life. The only successful use of a pressure point used on me was In the webbing between my thumb and Index finger which no one else can use since the person who happened to use It on me was my Uncle Marcus ...



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