Pain, by definition, is an unpleasant which is mostly caused due to damaging or intense stimuli, such as bumping funny bone, putting alcohol on a wound, burning of a finger, and stubbing a toe (Accardi and Milling 2009). However, Internal Association for the Study of Pain, defines the same feeling as an unpleasant emotional and sensory experience related to the potential or actual damage of tissues, or the similar damage (Blomqvist 2013). Pain is considered to encourage the people to avoid the occurrence of similar experiences in coming time, to protect the body part which is healing after the damage, and withdraw from the situations that may damage a body part. Furthermore, pain is also considered to be the most general reason for the consultation of a physician (Hoffman et al 2011). Pain is regarded as a major symptom in numerous medical conditions, and can also interfere in the general functioning or quality of life of an individual. Moreover, it is argued that certain psychological factors can efficiently, modulate the unpleasantness or intensity of the pain, these factors include distraction, excitement, hypnotic situation, and social support.