How many of you have encountered physical torture ?
I used to experience head torture. It felt like the head pressure was so extreme that my head was one step away from imploding. Other times it felt like my head was about to explode. In both cases the pain was well beyond the screaming level of torture such that no one knew of my situation since no one heard me scream in agony.
One time the pain seemed to be focused toward a specific place of my head. I passed out due to the extreme level of pain.
In the morning after waking up I rubbed my head in that spot and noticed that I now had in indentation in my skull in which my fingers could rest within. I did not go to the hospital since I was so fed up with the endless losing of the battle.
That indentation is still there to this day.
Then there are times that as I go to bed my legs are being attacked. It feels like an active war is going on. The next few days my calf muscles are aching big time to the extent that it is too painful to be able to walk.
Then there is the case of the itchy throat. I end up coughing endlessly.
Then there is the case in which while on the treadmill it feels as though a leg muscle is damaged big time. But I know that there is no damage at all and so I keep on going even though that level of pain would send anyone else straight to the hospital. Magically, it then disappears.
Then there is the times when one tooth is being attacked. It hurts like hell. As the result, if I clench my teeth together I can not do so since that one upper tooth is extending much lower than the rest and so it is the only tooth that can make contact with the lower teeth, so I see that this is B S and thus wait for this problem to go away, and over several days, it does.
During the night when my head felt like it was going to explode, my eyes were protruding while my face was also all swollen. The next day I thought that things were back to normal but on that day I got my drivers licence renewed. They took a new picture of me, but if you look at the picture you will see that my face was still swollen to some degree and my glasses were not touching my nose because they were now resting on my swollen cheeks.