I made a comprehensive list of all of my "bodily issues" the other day in notepad after seeing this thread. Had to fix it up a bit, elaborate a lot more and such. I think that this would be a nice list of generalizations in terms of health problems when it comes to NEETs. That sentence doesn't look right at all. Whatever...Here it is:
My eyesight is going. I know it is. I've been seeing a color invert of the scene I'm looking at whenever I close my eyes. Sometimes I'll have double vision...
Everytime I'm at the computer and move to my bed, I end up feeling an ache in some way. Mostly my tailbone. That's been really hurting since last week. Then I've got the issue of finding a comfortable position to lay in while playing the vidya or watching TV when I'm at bed. Usually just end up piling my pillows and resting my head on them. This almost always results in a neck pain, but I never learn...
I've been getting major headrushes whenever I stand up. And whenever I leave my room, I'm attacked by a mild headache that comes out of nowhere. I think these two are connected...
My teeth really hurt sometimes. Other times, they're okay. I brush every few days - It's not regularly, but it's enough, I'd say.
Definitely have poor blood circulation. I've no idea where this comes from. It's quite unpleasant. This makes my extremities fall asleep if I put pressure on them for even five minutes. This affects how comfortable I can get in bed...
I also feel a lot slower lately. Duller. I tried to put "comfortability" up above, before I realized it wasn't a word. Same goes for "unfunctions" (replaced with "issues") in the opening sentence. I don't want to be stupid. ;_;
Sleeping is such an issue. Somedays, I sleep perfectly, others, it takes me the entire night to get to sleep. The worst part of all being the pickiness - Last night, I fell asleep around like, 11:30, and it was perfect. The night before it took me until 1:30. It doesn't really matter for someone like me, but I just really hate not being able to sleep when I want to, or when I feel tired. Shiki was right, it really is like torture.
Sometimes I get chest pains. I think it's my disease-ridden lungs, though. Or maybe heartburn?
On the bright side, my nose has a tendency to get horribly congested at night, preventing me from sleeping. This hasn't been happening as much, lately. But I've had a nagging cough for a couple of days. The "deep lung" kind. Oh, well, nothing a few cough drops won't fix.