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    Default An accute discomfort with being in one's body

    I'm not exclusively talking about dysmorphia, There's countless little aches and pains that creep through your body during your life; what function would that be that makes one hyper away of their body's physical sensations down to niggling little aches and pains and anomaly?
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    Hypochondria?

    Could just be the aging process. I’m noticing all sorts of little pains both sharp and dull cycling through my old frame at this point.
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    I've heard of OCD and anxiety causing hyper-awareness of physical sensations, pain included. Not saying you have OCD or anxiety - just saying some have this connection.
    I like to rock n' roll all night and *part* of every day. I usually have errands... I can only rock from like 1-3.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Population: 1 View Post
    Hypochondria?

    Could just be the aging process. I’m noticing all sorts of little pains both sharp and dull cycling through my old frame at this point.
    I say - I'm falling apart - way more frequently than I like.
    I like to rock n' roll all night and *part* of every day. I usually have errands... I can only rock from like 1-3.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ceecee View Post
    I've heard of OCD and anxiety causing hyper-awareness of physical sensations, pain included. Not saying you have OCD or anxiety - just saying some have this connection.
    That actually makes a lot of sense. Both can get pretty bad, and that's usually when I notice it. And then noticing makes it more noticable, and the vicious cycle starts. Thanks for this, it actually does help put things in perspective. Takes the edge off. ^_^
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    Quote Originally Posted by Population: 1 View Post
    Hypochondria?

    Could just be the aging process. I’m noticing all sorts of little pains both sharp and dull cycling through my old frame at this point.
    I tell my chiropractor I should have spent the extra 50 bucks for the warranty.
    I am The Cat; who walks by himself, and all places are alike to me...
    The Cat is a fey, mercurial thing, given to fits of pique, moody silences, and eerie displays.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ceecee View Post
    I say - I'm falling apart - way more frequently than I like.
    Me too at this point.
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    Anxiety, at least for me.
    It happens to me too. It all started after I've been hospitalized for almost a month. Now I'm hyper aware of any kind of aches I'd randomly have, even if I'm pretty young.
    I don't think that it's so personal
    Anymore
    I don't think that it's irreversible
    Anymore
    Sometimes I feel like I'm a sentimental trooper.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Methylene View Post
    Anxiety, at least for me.
    It happens to me too. It all started after I've been hospitalized for almost a month. Now I'm hyper aware of any kind of aches I'd randomly have, even if I'm pretty young.
    I’ve become hyper aware of things since my heart attack. Medical trauma can definitely contribute to the level of awareness.
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    Well if you are asking what function this is associated with, it would be low Si. However, the above answers are equally credible.

    Now, low Si and anxiety together... that's a fucking bitch.
    Don't Google for too long.

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