Yup, EDS too. My idiotic shoulder dislocated at Animal Crossing Bells the night, and trapped the nerve in there. Doh. Bloomin' things now gone whole blades and pins, and with alarming frequency I am waking up with it entirely paralysed till we can jiffle it free. ????? ♀?
I'm all for chiropractic job, however only a PSA from previous medical student (osteopathic manipulative is pretty similar), some conditions aren't supposed to have specific things done. I have rheumatoid arthritis and having my neck cracked can worsen it. I can have a lot of different things done to my throat, particularly the muscles, but not the cracking that I cannot recall the name of today. Among my friends at medical school needed EDS and there are some maneuvers which could cause joints to dislocate. Not saying don't go, they can do some amazing shit, just be sure to talk about your whole medical history particularly about your EDS!
A player with a hearing impairment has a huge drawback with matters like fishing (sound signal to reel in), gift drops (audio signal when one is floating nearby), mole crickets (completely dependent on audio to find).
This can be frustrating for me as somebody with no hearing impairment, but that wishes to play sound off while doing different things sometimes. As far as I can see, there is no way to Cheap Animal Crossing Items get these cues through subtitles instead. I honestly do not know how they got away with it in terms of accessibility.