My neurologist wants me to see her once a year, but… why, though? What am I supposed to be getting out of those visits?
And sometimes vitamin D in winter, because I live up north and don’t get much sun.
And I don’t use a box, I just open 6 bottles every day and put the pill straight into my mouth. It seems like less work overall this way.
As I’ve been having more difficulty hearing, I’ve been considering learning ASL. But I’m not sure if my coordination problems would get in the way. Has anyone tried this? Did you use any strategies to make it
I leave a podcast playing while I’m falling asleep – that helps keep my mind from fixating on whatever’s going on with my body. (Lately I’ve been enjoying 2.0 and If I Were You.)
No, seriously. It motivates me to go on short walks during lunch or after work, playing the game involves some manual dexterity, and challenging myself to stand unsupported while playing is good practice in balancing-while-focusing-on-something-else.
I’ve considered it, but for me, not getting enough calories is a real risk, so I decided it wasn’t a worthwhile experiment for me. I’d be interested to hear if anyone else has tried it, though.
I’m thinking of getting a fitness tracker watch to help keep track of my sleep, activity level, heart rate, etc. Anyone have a type they like? What features are most useful to you?
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(I sometimes think of myself as a reverse-Toph, because I use my vision to compensate for not having feeling in my feet.)
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