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Which part of the body wears out first?

Sister Jean 2009/08/28 21:24:09
brain
kidneys
bowels
bones
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  • Rover 2009/08/28 21:54:57
    None of the above
    Rover
    +4
    My legs have been the worse for wear... It's not the years... it's the milage.
  • Sister ... Rover 2009/08/28 22:03:23
    Sister Jean
    +5
    mine too as I've never had a car
  • Darkend 2009/08/28 21:54:51
    None of the above
    Darkend
    Depending on the life of the person its kind of hard to tell. Athletes would obviously wear their leg joints out faster, as compared to a computer nerd who may get arthritis in their hands. A quantum physicists may have memory problems, and an alcoholic will have liver problems.

    All depends how you treat your body, the profession you choose, and the approach at which you allow your body to heal.

    The mind is far more powerful than anyone can ever imagine. By technicality, you can use your brain to repair a broken arm without needing any medical help.

    Your brain controls every aspect of your body.
  • sky blue pink - American 2009/08/28 21:54:50
    None of the above
    sky blue pink - American
    The whole shooting match.
    Blessed Be
  • TheWater 2009/08/28 21:51:24
    brain
    TheWater
    Sadly, the brain starts to wear out when we reach 13. We become paranoid. And then if we're lucky, we might get unaffected people to put some sense into us.
  • dreamwriter12 ✲the libraria... 2009/08/28 21:49:36 (edited)
    None of the above
    dreamwriter12 ✲the librarian of ρнaεt✲ in grammar I trust
    +1
    I'd say your knees or your back (the cartilage in them). After all, you use them all the time.
  • 1348933 2009/08/28 21:40:45
    Undecided
    1348933
    +4
    I'm 45. Within five short years, I've noticed my eyesight deteriorating (I need reading specs), my hearing getting worse (eh, sonny??), and arthritic pain in my hands and wrists. Oy!

    Learn from me, young 'uns: wear earplugs when you go to concerts. Three decades of blasting my eardrums has taken a toll! learn young uns wear earplugs concerts decades blasting eardrums toll
  • Sister ... 1348933 2009/08/28 21:41:25
    Sister Jean
    +3
    thanks for sharing
  • eclecti... 1348933 2009/08/28 22:05:47
    eclecticpassion
    +2
    in reply to your last sentence- i know to most people this will sound weird, and therefore it's not something i mention to them for fear of sounding silly or boring, but at the age i am (20) i find the noise level in concerts ridiculously loud; too loud to be enjoyable. it's not that i don't like loud music, but there's a difference between being loud and unbearable. whenever i've been to one, even if i've liked the music itself, i've found it more like something to be endured than enjoyed- who knows maybe i just have over-sensitive ears, as hardly anyone else i know seems to complain. as a result of this, i avoid gigs in general- though if they played at a loud but not painful volume then i'd probably be going to them all the time! i've considered wearing ear-plugs, but can't find any that look discreet enough...it seems a bit weird to go into a concert wearing earplugs, and i'm scared of being mocked!
  • 1348933 eclecti... 2009/08/28 22:49:27
    1348933
    +2
    You can get high-quality, clear or flesh-tone ear plugs for a reasonable price. They make all the difference!

    I know what you mean about having to "endure" concerts. I went to one a few years ago that was much too loud. I could distinguish all the music fine -- the sound was clear -- but the volume caused physical discomfort: my ears hurt and I felt dizzy and nauseated. I had to leave after only 15 minutes or so.

    Do take care of your hearing, especially if you feel your ears are sensitive.
  • eclecti... 1348933 2009/08/28 23:02:08 (edited)
    eclecticpassion
    +1
    hey thanks for telling me. i did have a look on amazon before, but the ones they had then weren't really subtle enough.

    i notice when they play music in bars or clubs, it's usually loud but in a good way, and whenever there's been good live music, i've really enjoyed it.
    yet whenever i go to a proper 'gig' venue, i really find it unbearable, and i get similar feelings to you- well not nauseated exactly but just really uncomfortable and not able to relax...in one i spent most of the time in the restrooms (that was when i both hated the band performing and the level of noise) because my ears were just in pain, and it really felt like a burden to endure. maybe i'm just a wimp lol...but i have no idea how others seem not to be affected by it
    thanks for the tips!
  • Magic Kid eclecti... 2009/08/29 07:17:55
    Magic Kid
    Have you tried symphonic concerts or a piano or violin concert? How about harps? All produce beautiful music at reasonable decibels.
  • eclecti... Magic Kid 2009/08/29 10:26:21
    eclecticpassion
    well...i used to play in an orchestra so i do like that kind of music, but generally my favourite is rock...so i'm kind of stuffed lol. thanks anyway :)
  • Sister Jean 2009/08/28 21:37:52
    bones
    Sister Jean
    +4
    but many here might say my bones
  • Nick~believe ^MOTOOP^ 2009/08/28 21:37:19
    bones
    Nick~believe ^MOTOOP^
    +2
    Thanks for the list... I was afraid to think what might...ahem... but considering how much arthritis there is about, I'd say bones...
  • musicgirl92 2009/08/28 21:37:17
    Undecided
    musicgirl92
    +3
    I'm assuming that your back would go first but, my grandmother's memory isn't doing so hot.
  • Kyra 2009/08/28 21:28:24
    bones
    Kyra
    +7
    The back, at least for me, thats what went first.
  • Sister ... Kyra 2009/08/28 21:37:15
    Sister Jean
    +5
    I get sciatica so i can relate to that
  • 1348933 Kyra 2009/08/28 21:44:33
    1348933
    +1
    You're too young to have worn out parts yet! Unless....are you an athlete?
  • Kyra 1348933 2009/08/28 21:46:53
    Kyra
    +4
    3 babies rested inside me...my body didn't handle it well.
  • 1348933 Kyra 2009/08/28 21:58:33
    1348933
    +1
    Oh!! That makes sense.
  • Magic Kid Kyra 2009/08/29 07:20:03
    Magic Kid
    +1
    Sounds like you're a really good mommy.
  • Kyra Magic Kid 2009/08/29 19:11:06
    Kyra
    I try to be...but it's hard to be good always!
  • Catlover Kyra 2009/08/28 23:25:52
    Catlover
    +1
    ooo! me too~ gads
  • makayla... Catlover 2009/09/03 23:36:30
    makaylab0123@yhaoo.com
    hey hi
  • Donnie Kyra 2009/08/29 03:25:42
    Donnie
    +1
    ooooohhhhh

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