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  • red100
    Hello All,
    I am new here, and somewhat newly diagnosed with MS (Summer 2018)
    I don't know why I didn't think of joining communities sooner, but better late than never right!? 

    The main message I want to get across is even though I've stopped working due to MS this year (boo) gaming on a social outlet (Such as Twitch.tv) has been very good therapy for me.   Not neccessarily the broadcasting part (as it's harder than just playing the game and takes a lot of energy)  but the gaming itself and maintaining a social outlet that doesn't require me to travel.

    If you haven't given gaming a shot, I suggest doing some to help the brain.  If you're looking for someone to share a gaming experience with or watch online, I stream several days a week at twitch.tv/RedTheVet

    I've met several people in my channel that have ailments that range from being mute, to other people with MS, or even things like cancer.   It's great to have a community to talk to LIVE that are going through stuff that just needs to be talked about.  Thanks and good luck everyone.

    Jess/Red

     
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    When you play a lot it's quite important not to do any harm to your health. I have special glasses and now I am about to get a good chair, one from this review not to experience any kind of problems with my back. Also I am thinking of getting an ergonomic mouse because sometimes wrist aches when I play too much.
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    According to neurobiologists from the University of California, playing 3D video games can boost the formation of memories and improve hand-eye coordination and reaction times. rooftops nipers