What happened when I went down further

Hi there, and welcome back to my blog. How are you> I hope you are well. Today, I’m going to talk about what happened to me when I went down further in the hyperbaric oxygen chamber. Last month, I spoke about what happened to me when I went down to 22 feet and this month, I’m going to talk about what happened to me when I went down to 32 feet.

My word games and brain games have improved. I’m not using any hints in the majority of my word games and my brain games scores have increased to the point when the brain games that I was playing before my diagnosis have reached a high score. The same for my word games

The same goes for my daily solitaire games. Recently, I’ve started playing a different solitaire game called Klondyke Fish Solitaire along with my normal solitaire game and I’ve not used any hints for a few weeks now.

I can’t say much about my eyesight, no massive improvements since going down to 32 feet.

Recently at a Brainwaves meeting, I remembered someone’s name after they didn’t turn up. After Lizzie, the head of the Brainwaves meeting, couldn’t remember who didn’t turn up.

After my second session, at 32 feet, with my typing games, I was able to get high accuracy. I was also able to get a high score on one of my brain games, regarding my coordination, and with my brain games, games that I was playing, before my diagnosis, I was getting high scores.

With my freecodecamp course, I’d normally watch a video from usefulprogrammer before completing the task. But after my second session, I didn’t watch a video to complete a task.

Although these changes are positive, they are unfortunately not permanent, I still struggle with my fatigue and by the time that it’s been over a week, everything is back to square one. But it’s beneficial even it’s for a short amount of time. And it’s fun going back to “normal”.

That’s it for now. Once again, I just want to thank a few people. Firstly, I would like to thank my mum, dad, sister, and my Naughty Mamaji, for being by my side, throughout everything. I would like to thank everyone from BTS for sharing this with the community. I would like to thank Kanika, Shirley, and everyone at Carers Trust for giving me the confidence to share my story and I would like to thank Joe for motivating me to get back on the horse. And I would like to thank everyone at the hospital, my family and friends, and everyone who I’ve met on this journey.

I would like to thank a good friend of mine, Steven Bracewell, CEO of Gamers beat Cancer. Because of him, I now own a PS4. A few months ago, I was feeling depressed because I miss driving, well thanks to Steven, and me buying a driving wheel and PSVR, I can now have the feeling of driving again.

I would like to also thank Lizzie from Maggies in Nottingham. .During the lockdown, my monthly Brainwaves have been happening through zoom in partnership with Maggies.

Because of these two charities, from now on, if you buy something from Amazon through the blog or click on an advert, money will be paid towards these two charities along with the rest.

Next time, I’m going to talk about 2020 Q2- the year in review. Please feel free to leave a comment and as always, if you buy something from Amazon, through the blog, or click on an advert, 100% of the money that I get goes to charity.
Thanks and take care.