Whats your mood?

by Naiwen
  • Loko 12-13-2019, 03:08 PM
    (12-13-2019, 12:12 PM)Backlash Wrote: Honestly hun, I'm pissed as hell. I'm tired of the whole hot-and-cold dynamic my mom always puts me through. I was willing to forgive her since she's been real nice to me this month (after being awful towards me for a year), but then she went on a two-hour-long insulting spree at two in the goddamn morning. Called me selfish and "useless" 'cause of my injuries, said it's like I'm not part of their family anymore, and went on for ages about all the terrible stuff that would happen because I "choose" to be trans. Fucking hell.

    You wanna know the kicker though? Instead of apologizing the day after, all's she ever does is screencap some "inspirational" quotes from Facebook and text them to me. I gave her another chance, but I'm through with this. At least for right now, I don't want anything to do with her.

    Huge fucking yikes on that one. Sending hugs and love your way <3
  • Backlash 12-13-2019, 05:04 PM
    (12-13-2019, 03:08 PM)Loko Wrote:
    (12-13-2019, 12:12 PM)Backlash Wrote: Honestly hun, I'm pissed as hell. I'm tired of the whole hot-and-cold dynamic my mom always puts me through. I was willing to forgive her since she's been real nice to me this month (after being awful towards me for a year), but then she went on a two-hour-long insulting spree at two in the goddamn morning. Called me selfish and "useless" 'cause of my injuries, said it's like I'm not part of their family anymore, and went on for ages about all the terrible stuff that would happen because I "choose" to be trans. Fucking hell.

    You wanna know the kicker though? Instead of apologizing the day after, all's she ever does is screencap some "inspirational" quotes from Facebook and text them to me. I gave her another chance, but I'm through with this. At least for right now, I don't want anything to do with her.

    Huge fucking yikes on that one. Sending hugs and love your way <3


    Thankya, Loko-san. It means a lot. <3
  • plex 12-13-2019, 08:08 PM
    it started raining, weird because it's summer.
    stay comfy guys

  • Loko 12-13-2019, 10:52 PM
    (12-13-2019, 08:08 PM)plex Wrote: it started raining, weird because it's summer.
    stay comfy guys


    Curious, but do you live in Aus/NZ?
  • King 12-13-2019, 10:52 PM (Edited 12-13-2019, 10:53 PM)
    (12-13-2019, 08:08 PM)plex Wrote: it started raining, weird because it's summer.
    stay comfy guys


    Winter here. Still hot and raining because why the fuck not?
  • Yuu 12-14-2019, 07:27 PM
    Yoo! I am back :D And I'm great, big party mood.
    Korean liqour is good.
  • COUPLED 12-14-2019, 07:42 PM
    (12-14-2019, 07:27 PM)Yuu Wrote: Yoo! I am back :D And I'm great, big party mood.
    Korean liqour is good.

    Happy that yuu is back :D
  • COUPLED 12-21-2019, 08:54 PM
    sad
  • malmon 12-21-2019, 09:23 PM
    (12-21-2019, 08:54 PM)COUPLED Wrote: sad


    *hugs*
  • Yuu 12-27-2019, 05:20 PM
    I am quite good. Never thought of myself as a wine fanatic but I suppose I am now. Really enjoying the taste of this red wine!
    The flavour! The aroma! I feel like a pretentious noblemen.
  • malmon 12-27-2019, 05:56 PM
    (12-27-2019, 05:20 PM)Yuu Wrote: I am quite good. Never thought of myself as a wine fanatic but I suppose I am now. Really enjoying the taste of this red wine!
    The flavour! The aroma! I feel like a pretentious noblemen.


    I could never stand any wine. Horrible stuff.
  • Yuu 12-28-2019, 05:49 PM
    (12-27-2019, 05:56 PM)malmon Wrote:
    (12-27-2019, 05:20 PM)Yuu Wrote: I am quite good. Never thought of myself as a wine fanatic but I suppose I am now. Really enjoying the taste of this red wine!
    The flavour! The aroma! I feel like a pretentious noblemen.


    I could never stand any wine. Horrible stuff.

    Understandable! Wine has a time and place. Can't get drunk on only wine. But good with nice food.


    But tonight I have czech beer. Budvar lager. I invite you to my home to drink! Come on my friend!
  • COUPLED 12-28-2019, 07:53 PM
    (12-28-2019, 05:49 PM)Yuu Wrote:
    (12-27-2019, 05:56 PM)malmon Wrote:
    (12-27-2019, 05:20 PM)Yuu Wrote: I am quite good. Never thought of myself as a wine fanatic but I suppose I am now. Really enjoying the taste of this red wine!
    The flavour! The aroma! I feel like a pretentious noblemen.


    I could never stand any wine. Horrible stuff.

    Understandable! Wine has a time and place. Can't get drunk on only wine. But good with nice food.


    But tonight I have czech beer. Budvar lager. I invite you to my home to drink! Come on my friend!


    I'm not really a fan of alcohol xD
  • malmon 12-29-2019, 09:50 AM
    (12-28-2019, 05:49 PM)Yuu Wrote:
    (12-27-2019, 05:56 PM)malmon Wrote:
    (12-27-2019, 05:20 PM)Yuu Wrote: I am quite good. Never thought of myself as a wine fanatic but I suppose I am now. Really enjoying the taste of this red wine!
    The flavour! The aroma! I feel like a pretentious noblemen.


    I could never stand any wine. Horrible stuff.

    Understandable! Wine has a time and place. Can't get drunk on only wine. But good with nice food.


    But tonight I have czech beer. Budvar lager. I invite you to my home to drink! Come on my friend!


    *breaks out the absinthe*
  • LucianDreamer 01-01-2020, 10:58 AM (Edited 01-01-2020, 10:58 AM)
    It's the year of the Rat for me, and I feel like it's time to make an epic comeback from being stuck in a vortex of procrastination, anxiety, bad perception of time, and to get back at my goals, resisting the temptation of succumbing like many other lab rats. Nothing is going to slow me down, with the Eastern fire inside me about to burn fresh and the Western water as the outlet of my feelings, I'm ready to board the deck and reclaim my willpower.

    The successor race, the Torians, residing in a parallel Earth-like world with no clear origin, claiming to be a "sister race" under the Tribunal of Toria, a theocratic cabinet of 15 Overlords ruled by a Goddess, is willing to unite their own planet like the Lucians did. Instead of trying to control their peoples, it will be the other way around by setting them like freed beasts, a highly religious, but anarchic society. Then they will visit the shattered remains of their predecessor's system to restore their 4 ancient relics and prepare a wormhole to counter Lucia's enemies that had unfortunately failed by visiting the real universe. The year is 2237 (2037 on the unknown world), five years since the destruction and near extinction, the Torians, unlike the technological Lucians, relies on ancient Japanese mythological methods in their quest to seal Lucia's final fate and avenge their sister race.

    While the near extinct Lucian race won't ever be making a full return to power until well into the mid-23rd century, the Torians will be doing the Lucians a big favor not of direct contact but of psionic meditation taking them three millennia for a response.

    Meet the sister race, the Torians.
    [Image: yande.re%20594701%20sample%20armor%20bei...20yuri.jpg]
  • Loko 01-01-2020, 11:48 AM
    Absolutely braindead. What a way to start off a new decade.
  • Backlash 01-01-2020, 10:15 PM
    (01-01-2020, 11:48 AM)Loko Wrote: Absolutely braindead. What a way to start off a new decade.


    Haah, you and me both babe. My first day of the new year gave me a moderate migraine, though luckily I've got a chance to avoid that tonight. I really hope you feel better soon, love. <3
  • LucianDreamer 01-02-2020, 09:44 AM
    (01-01-2020, 10:15 PM)Backlash Wrote:
    (01-01-2020, 11:48 AM)Loko Wrote: Absolutely braindead. What a way to start off a new decade.


    Haah, you and me both babe. My first day of the new year gave me a moderate migraine, though luckily I've got a chance to avoid that tonight. I really hope you feel better soon, love. <3

    Yeah, until I find out that according to WebMD, women can get triple the risk of migraine than in men, migraines can last from 4 hours to 3 days, sometimes even longer than that. Not limited to in trigger types are: moderate to high stress, eating foods or drinks that were sitting in the fridge past expiration, binge drinking, pepperoni, hot dogs, lunchmeats, MSG, caffeine, rapid changes in weather patterns, skipping meals, having a period, or just not getting enough sleep. It runs in families with 80% that have it can get it. Fortunately, I'm not one of those people.



    The list of these symptoms for a typical migraine situation is not limited:
    Sensitivity to light, noise, and smells
    Nausea and vomiting, upset stomach, and belly pain
    Loss of appetite
    Feeling very warm or cold
    Pale skin
    Fatigue
    Dizziness
    Blurred vision
    Diarrhea
    Fever (this is rare)



    It is common for most people to experience 2-4 migraines per month, some might experience it every once a few days, and the rest only once or twice annually. There are two types of a migraine, classic and the aura one. For the aura one, it starts just one hour before the actual pain onset; usually does not last long but you can experience a similar situation to someone who has spent three or more days without sleep. 

    For rarer cases, you can experience sudden immobility on one full side of the body, temporal numbness, feeling dizzy, or altered vision changes, an absolute sign of an emergency, as it can often be confused with a stroke. It can be a brainstem problem with losing your balance and orientation shortly before the actual headache starts, affecting the skull's back, you might stutter, ringing in ears, and even puke. This happens a lot in young adult females, and should check a doctor right away. It can be a status-related migraine, a more severe one that lasts longer than 3 full days, requiring instant hospitalization due to extreme pain and vomiting, sometimes caused by forgoing your medicine for even a short while or even taking them. The last such rare case can be eye muscle paralysis, seeing double, droopy eyes, or having an aneurysm, definitely an emergency.

    For non-aura causes known as the "classic", this is the most common cause, several hours before it actually starts, all it takes is being anxious, depressed, and/or feeling very tired.



    Sadly, there's no such thing as a cure, drugs are known to treat them, but the best method is called "biofeedback", it helps you recognize exactly what situations you find are the most stressful should you want to avoid making the next migraine going full steam. Some people may even resort recommending TNS, a special device placed at the back of the skull that emits a powerful pulse of magnetic energy to a part of the brain that sends out the pain signals once it detects, which may slow down the onset, or even stop altogether. Remember, women are more likely to get them than in men.
    Always keep track of the symptom patterns, manage the stress and take relaxation techniques whenever possible to make your next migraine less severe or even prevent it from ever happening.


    This is all taken from like I said, WebMD, a medical site that regularly updates the best medical information, news on health issues, and even a symptom quiz for people wanting to understand their health problems and ways to keep their users safe. Some people won't even care what happens when migraines occur to them, it can even be life-threatening if not treated carefully. If you notice something wrong with your body, pay attention to it, it can save you.

    I hope all this taken into account will definitely save your life. This is how I never got sick ever since I graduated, for four-and-a-half years straight and not a single day of sickness or migraine ever recorded, apart from morning allergies, running nose, and occasional sneezing, but I treat it only as a nuisance. It's because I'm unemployed, no one is able to hire me due to my disability, the only times I get stressed out is either during a heavy enough thunderstorm, a conversation that starts to lean towards personal things, who-did-this, denial of criticism, or a missed opportunity to reply. The latter is the most common for me since I am slow at replying to other people, but the more severe ones are who-did-this and personal-level conversations, instead of getting the migraine, I just break down and go defensive mode, my inner shell.
  • Backlash 01-02-2020, 11:50 AM
    (01-02-2020, 09:44 AM)LucianDreamer Wrote:
    (01-01-2020, 10:15 PM)Backlash Wrote:
    (01-01-2020, 11:48 AM)Loko Wrote: Absolutely braindead. What a way to start off a new decade.


    Haah, you and me both babe. My first day of the new year gave me a moderate migraine, though luckily I've got a chance to avoid that tonight. I really hope you feel better soon, love. <3

    Yeah, until I find out that according to WebMD, women can get triple the risk of migraine than in men, migraines can last from 4 hours to 3 days, sometimes even longer than that. Not limited to in trigger types are: moderate to high stress, eating foods or drinks that were sitting in the fridge past expiration, binge drinking, pepperoni, hot dogs, lunchmeats, MSG, caffeine, rapid changes in weather patterns, skipping meals, having a period, or just not getting enough sleep. It runs in families with 80% that have it can get it. Fortunately, I'm not one of those people.



    The list of these symptoms for a typical migraine situation is not limited:
    Sensitivity to light, noise, and smells
    Nausea and vomiting, upset stomach, and belly pain
    Loss of appetite
    Feeling very warm or cold
    Pale skin
    Fatigue
    Dizziness
    Blurred vision
    Diarrhea
    Fever (this is rare)



    It is common for most people to experience 2-4 migraines per month, some might experience it every once a few days, and the rest only once or twice annually. There are two types of a migraine, classic and the aura one. For the aura one, it starts just one hour before the actual pain onset; usually does not last long but you can experience a similar situation to someone who has spent three or more days without sleep. 

    For rarer cases, you can experience sudden immobility on one full side of the body, temporal numbness, feeling dizzy, or altered vision changes, an absolute sign of an emergency, as it can often be confused with a stroke. It can be a brainstem problem with losing your balance and orientation shortly before the actual headache starts, affecting the skull's back, you might stutter, ringing in ears, and even puke. This happens a lot in young adult females, and should check a doctor right away. It can be a status-related migraine, a more severe one that lasts longer than 3 full days, requiring instant hospitalization due to extreme pain and vomiting, sometimes caused by forgoing your medicine for even a short while or even taking them. The last such rare case can be eye muscle paralysis, seeing double, droopy eyes, or having an aneurysm, definitely an emergency.

    For non-aura causes known as the "classic", this is the most common cause, several hours before it actually starts, all it takes is being anxious, depressed, and/or feeling very tired.



    Sadly, there's no such thing as a cure, drugs are known to treat them, but the best method is called "biofeedback", it helps you recognize exactly what situations you find are the most stressful should you want to avoid making the next migraine going full steam. Some people may even resort recommending TNS, a special device placed at the back of the skull that emits a powerful pulse of magnetic energy to a part of the brain that sends out the pain signals once it detects, which may slow down the onset, or even stop altogether. Remember, women are more likely to get them than in men.
    Always keep track of the symptom patterns, manage the stress and take relaxation techniques whenever possible to make your next migraine less severe or even prevent it from ever happening.


    This is all taken from like I said, WebMD, a medical site that regularly updates the best medical information, news on health issues, and even a symptom quiz for people wanting to understand their health problems and ways to keep their users safe. Some people won't even care what happens when migraines occur to them, it can even be life-threatening if not treated carefully. If you notice something wrong with your body, pay attention to it, it can save you.

    I hope all this taken into account will definitely save your life. This is how I never got sick ever since I graduated, for four-and-a-half years straight and not a single day of sickness or migraine ever recorded, apart from morning allergies, running nose, and occasional sneezing, but I treat it only as a nuisance. It's because I'm unemployed, no one is able to hire me due to my disability, the only times I get stressed out is either during a heavy enough thunderstorm, a conversation that starts to lean towards personal things, who-did-this, denial of criticism, or a missed opportunity to reply. The latter is the most common for me since I am slow at replying to other people, but the more severe ones are who-did-this and personal-level conversations, instead of getting the migraine, I just break down and go defensive mode, my inner shell.


    Thank you, my darling... I skimmed that page a while ago, but I never read it in full till now.

    That bit about their frequency is especially salient, since I get them almost every day. I'm sensitive to reading/writing and steep temperature gradients, so even something like a day of IMs or getting caught in the rain can be really, really bad. Luckily, there's been a lot of advancement recently in the surgical treatment of chronic migraine, so I've got high hopes for my appointment tomorrow. ^^

    I wish I could be there when you're scared and hurting. I'd keep you safe, sweetheart... <3

    [Image: tenor.gif?itemid=13317505]
  • LucianDreamer 01-02-2020, 05:08 PM
    (01-02-2020, 11:50 AM)Backlash Wrote:
    (01-02-2020, 09:44 AM)LucianDreamer Wrote:
    (01-01-2020, 10:15 PM)Backlash Wrote:
    (01-01-2020, 11:48 AM)Loko Wrote: Absolutely braindead. What a way to start off a new decade.


    Haah, you and me both babe. My first day of the new year gave me a moderate migraine, though luckily I've got a chance to avoid that tonight. I really hope you feel better soon, love. <3

    Yeah, until I find out that according to WebMD, women can get triple the risk of migraine than in men, migraines can last from 4 hours to 3 days, sometimes even longer than that. Not limited to in trigger types are: moderate to high stress, eating foods or drinks that were sitting in the fridge past expiration, binge drinking, pepperoni, hot dogs, lunchmeats, MSG, caffeine, rapid changes in weather patterns, skipping meals, having a period, or just not getting enough sleep. It runs in families with 80% that have it can get it. Fortunately, I'm not one of those people.



    The list of these symptoms for a typical migraine situation is not limited:
    Sensitivity to light, noise, and smells
    Nausea and vomiting, upset stomach, and belly pain
    Loss of appetite
    Feeling very warm or cold
    Pale skin
    Fatigue
    Dizziness
    Blurred vision
    Diarrhea
    Fever (this is rare)



    It is common for most people to experience 2-4 migraines per month, some might experience it every once a few days, and the rest only once or twice annually. There are two types of a migraine, classic and the aura one. For the aura one, it starts just one hour before the actual pain onset; usually does not last long but you can experience a similar situation to someone who has spent three or more days without sleep. 

    For rarer cases, you can experience sudden immobility on one full side of the body, temporal numbness, feeling dizzy, or altered vision changes, an absolute sign of an emergency, as it can often be confused with a stroke. It can be a brainstem problem with losing your balance and orientation shortly before the actual headache starts, affecting the skull's back, you might stutter, ringing in ears, and even puke. This happens a lot in young adult females, and should check a doctor right away. It can be a status-related migraine, a more severe one that lasts longer than 3 full days, requiring instant hospitalization due to extreme pain and vomiting, sometimes caused by forgoing your medicine for even a short while or even taking them. The last such rare case can be eye muscle paralysis, seeing double, droopy eyes, or having an aneurysm, definitely an emergency.

    For non-aura causes known as the "classic", this is the most common cause, several hours before it actually starts, all it takes is being anxious, depressed, and/or feeling very tired.



    Sadly, there's no such thing as a cure, drugs are known to treat them, but the best method is called "biofeedback", it helps you recognize exactly what situations you find are the most stressful should you want to avoid making the next migraine going full steam. Some people may even resort recommending TNS, a special device placed at the back of the skull that emits a powerful pulse of magnetic energy to a part of the brain that sends out the pain signals once it detects, which may slow down the onset, or even stop altogether. Remember, women are more likely to get them than in men.
    Always keep track of the symptom patterns, manage the stress and take relaxation techniques whenever possible to make your next migraine less severe or even prevent it from ever happening.


    This is all taken from like I said, WebMD, a medical site that regularly updates the best medical information, news on health issues, and even a symptom quiz for people wanting to understand their health problems and ways to keep their users safe. Some people won't even care what happens when migraines occur to them, it can even be life-threatening if not treated carefully. If you notice something wrong with your body, pay attention to it, it can save you.

    I hope all this taken into account will definitely save your life. This is how I never got sick ever since I graduated, for four-and-a-half years straight and not a single day of sickness or migraine ever recorded, apart from morning allergies, running nose, and occasional sneezing, but I treat it only as a nuisance. It's because I'm unemployed, no one is able to hire me due to my disability, the only times I get stressed out is either during a heavy enough thunderstorm, a conversation that starts to lean towards personal things, who-did-this, denial of criticism, or a missed opportunity to reply. The latter is the most common for me since I am slow at replying to other people, but the more severe ones are who-did-this and personal-level conversations, instead of getting the migraine, I just break down and go defensive mode, my inner shell.


    Thank you, my darling... I skimmed that page a while ago, but I never read it in full till now.

    That bit about their frequency is especially salient, since I get them almost every day. I'm sensitive to reading/writing and steep temperature gradients, so even something like a day of IMs or getting caught in the rain can be really, really bad. Luckily, there's been a lot of advancement recently in the surgical treatment of chronic migraine, so I've got high hopes for my appointment tomorrow. ^^

    I wish I could be there when you're scared and hurting. I'd keep you safe, sweetheart... <3

    [Image: tenor.gif?itemid=13317505]


    You just have to conquer these weaknesses you have like a warrior everyday, if you did not endure it you got nothing to gain, just don't go overboard. I am all in good spirits, I rather be the one instead, because I care for you as well as the others. Not to mention already having a little headstart before the year went out and tried a bit of writing some Dixie for Maisy as a build-up prelude before the actual start of the elections, giving you the chance later on for your concept implementation when we're both in a good mood, and we're in a low-intensity phase, the first of three lasting from this month to mid-March, so I'll probably expect around two to four a month in election-related replies roughly as the average-case scenario and it will be the least stressful of the three.

    The prelude scene I wrote was already well thought out, giving me a first impression into the southern American life around her, it is not too long, and it stays on point. Didn't realize the purple text is now lime green, as with all the old RPs we did, but I do think that the italics are a bit of a pain for the dialogue part and so does the copy-pasting with plain text to make it look ready, for me at least.

    If you got more of these moody situations, I am more than happy to read it.
  • Backlash 01-09-2020, 01:07 AM (Edited 01-09-2020, 01:07 AM)
    Hell of a day. Sad day, I'm afraid. One of my family members I grew up with had a massive stroke late last night. The doctors managed to save him, but only just. They're gonna have to care for him for the rest of his days.

    I'm so tired, loves. Everyone kept saying he was a goner, so I got essentially zero sleep all 'a last night. I wish I had one of you to hug right now.

    Sad part is, I think my one friend is getting tired of hearing about the constant setbacks I've had. Maybe I'll try and keep it hidden? Nah... Probably not.

    [Image: tumblr_mpnd8iAqlQ1r472txo1_500.gif]
  • COUPLED 01-09-2020, 02:07 AM
    (01-09-2020, 01:07 AM)Backlash Wrote: Hell of a day. Sad day, I'm afraid. One of my family members I grew up with had a massive stroke late last night. The doctors managed to save him, but only just. They're gonna have to care for him for the rest of his days.

    I'm so tired, loves. Everyone kept saying he was a goner, so I got essentially zero sleep all 'a last night. I wish I had one of you to hug right now.

    Sad part is, I think my one friend is getting tired of hearing about the constant setbacks I've had. Maybe I'll try and keep it hidden? Nah... Probably not.

    [Image: tumblr_mpnd8iAqlQ1r472txo1_500.gif]

    At least there is a silver lining :')

    Keep doing your best
    I'm here to listen to whatever you have to say

    *hug*
  • Backlash 01-10-2020, 12:19 AM (Edited 01-10-2020, 12:23 AM)
    (01-09-2020, 02:07 AM)COUPLED Wrote:
    (01-09-2020, 01:07 AM)Backlash Wrote: Hell of a day. Sad day, I'm afraid. One of my family members I grew up with had a massive stroke late last night. The doctors managed to save him, but only just. They're gonna have to care for him for the rest of his days.

    I'm so tired, loves. Everyone kept saying he was a goner, so I got essentially zero sleep all 'a last night. I wish I had one of you to hug right now.

    Sad part is, I think my one friend is getting tired of hearing about the constant setbacks I've had. Maybe I'll try and keep it hidden? Nah... Probably not.

    [Image: tumblr_mpnd8iAqlQ1r472txo1_500.gif]

    At least there is a silver lining :')

    Keep doing your best
    I'm here to listen to whatever you have to say

    *hug*


    Thank you, my daring... I didn't get to reply to this earlier today, but it really does mean a lot. <3

    (01-02-2020, 09:44 AM)LucianDreamer Wrote:
    (01-01-2020, 10:15 PM)Backlash Wrote:
    (01-01-2020, 11:48 AM)Loko Wrote: Absolutely braindead. What a way to start off a new decade.


    Haah, you and me both babe. My first day of the new year gave me a moderate migraine, though luckily I've got a chance to avoid that tonight. I really hope you feel better soon, love. <3

    Yeah, until I find out that according to WebMD, women can get triple the risk of migraine than in men, migraines can last from 4 hours to 3 days, sometimes even longer than that. Not limited to in trigger types are: moderate to high stress, eating foods or drinks that were sitting in the fridge past expiration, binge drinking, pepperoni, hot dogs, lunchmeats, MSG, caffeine, rapid changes in weather patterns, skipping meals, having a period, or just not getting enough sleep. It runs in families with 80% that have it can get it. Fortunately, I'm not one of those people.



    The list of these symptoms for a typical migraine situation is not limited:
    Sensitivity to light, noise, and smells
    Nausea and vomiting, upset stomach, and belly pain
    Loss of appetite
    Feeling very warm or cold
    Pale skin
    Fatigue
    Dizziness
    Blurred vision
    Diarrhea
    Fever (this is rare)



    It is common for most people to experience 2-4 migraines per month, some might experience it every once a few days, and the rest only once or twice annually. There are two types of a migraine, classic and the aura one. For the aura one, it starts just one hour before the actual pain onset; usually does not last long but you can experience a similar situation to someone who has spent three or more days without sleep.

    For rarer cases, you can experience sudden immobility on one full side of the body, temporal numbness, feeling dizzy, or altered vision changes, an absolute sign of an emergency, as it can often be confused with a stroke. It can be a brainstem problem with losing your balance and orientation shortly before the actual headache starts, affecting the skull's back, you might stutter, ringing in ears, and even puke. This happens a lot in young adult females, and should check a doctor right away. It can be a status-related migraine, a more severe one that lasts longer than 3 full days, requiring instant hospitalization due to extreme pain and vomiting, sometimes caused by forgoing your medicine for even a short while or even taking them. The last such rare case can be eye muscle paralysis, seeing double, droopy eyes, or having an aneurysm, definitely an emergency.

    For non-aura causes known as the "classic", this is the most common cause, several hours before it actually starts, all it takes is being anxious, depressed, and/or feeling very tired.



    Sadly, there's no such thing as a cure, drugs are known to treat them, but the best method is called "biofeedback", it helps you recognize exactly what situations you find are the most stressful should you want to avoid making the next migraine going full steam. Some people may even resort recommending TNS, a special device placed at the back of the skull that emits a powerful pulse of magnetic energy to a part of the brain that sends out the pain signals once it detects, which may slow down the onset, or even stop altogether. Remember, women are more likely to get them than in men.
    Always keep track of the symptom patterns, manage the stress and take relaxation techniques whenever possible to make your next migraine less severe or even prevent it from ever happening.


    This is all taken from like I said, WebMD, a medical site that regularly updates the best medical information, news on health issues, and even a symptom quiz for people wanting to understand their health problems and ways to keep their users safe. Some people won't even care what happens when migraines occur to them, it can even be life-threatening if not treated carefully. If you notice something wrong with your body, pay attention to it, it can save you.

    I hope all this taken into account will definitely save your life. This is how I never got sick ever since I graduated, for four-and-a-half years straight and not a single day of sickness or migraine ever recorded, apart from morning allergies, running nose, and occasional sneezing, but I treat it only as a nuisance. It's because I'm unemployed, no one is able to hire me due to my disability, the only times I get stressed out is either during a heavy enough thunderstorm, a conversation that starts to lean towards personal things, who-did-this, denial of criticism, or a missed opportunity to reply. The latter is the most common for me since I am slow at replying to other people, but the more severe ones are who-did-this and personal-level conversations, instead of getting the migraine, I just break down and go defensive mode, my inner shell.


    I've been looking into things regarding better treatment of migraines, and aside from a TNS, I think I'd also benefit from injections of botulinum toxin near the nerves. I'm unfortunately very sensitive, and I'd have them every day if I didn't carefully regulate literally everything I did. The treatments can help a lot for chronic migraines, though. I want this to be the year I start writing again.
  • Angel 01-13-2020, 05:28 PM
    I  have become numb
  • malmon 01-13-2020, 05:29 PM
    (01-13-2020, 05:28 PM)Angel Wrote: I  have become numb


    Stop looking at memes

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