Yup, EDS too. My shoulder dislocated at Animal Crossing Bells the night, and immobilized the guts in there. Doh. Bloomin' things now gone whole pins and needles, and with alarming frequency I'm waking up with it completely paralysed until we can jiffle it totally free. ????? ♀?
I am all for chiropractic job, however just a PSA from previous osteopathic medical student (osteopathic manipulative is pretty similar), a few states are not supposed to get certain things done. I have rheumatoid arthritis and getting my throat cracked can worsen . I may have a good deal of different things done in my neck, particularly the muscles, but maybe not the cracking I can't recall the name of now. Among my buddies at medical school needed EDS and there are a few maneuvers which can cause joints to dislocate. Not saying do not go, they can do some wonderful shit, just make sure you share your entire medical history particularly about your EDS!
A player with a hearing handicap has a massive disadvantage with things like fishing (sound cue to reel in), gift drops (sound cue when one is drifting nearby), mole crickets (completely determined by audio to locate ).
That can be frustrating for me as someone with no hearing impairment, but that wants to play with sound off while doing different things occasionally. So far as I can see, there's no way to find these cues through subtitles instead. I frankly do not understand how they got away with it regarding accessibility. I've accepted I will miss out on bugsand I have to stare at the screen for ages during shooting celebrity events lmao. They don't even have control vibration for the Switch for Buy Nook Miles Ticket any one of these clues, which could essentially rectify this entire issue. C'mon Nintendo! (This is precisely the same with Modern Warfare; these goddamned footsteps aaaaAA)