News culture “You’re in a bad state”, when this streamer with 9 million subscribers reveals her state of health
Published on 21/10/2022 at 16:25
After taking a break to recover her sanity, the 9 million subscriber streamer Pokimane explained that she had another ailment: something that forced her to change her face.
Pokimane, streamer in the book of records “I live in hell”
Pokimane, streamer in the book of records
Imane “Pokimane” Anys is Twitch’s star streamer. On Amazon’s live streaming platform, she is the woman who mobilizes the most viewers (9.6 million followers) and enters the Guinness Book of Records in 2020 for such a feat (which is still true today). today). A career she started in 2012 before an explosion of popularity in 2017 thanks to commentary on League of Legends. She then maintains her success with the game Fortnite while we can see her recently spending time on Overwatch 2.
The resumption of his direct dates from a short time ago. Last July, the Moroccan-Canadian streamer said she was taking a break for “mental renewal and some time to focus” on herself and her life off the internet.
“I live in hell”
A period that seems to have benefited her: in a video published recently, she indicates “making changes” and integrating new activities to feel better. Indeed, if she has regained her mental health, she is nevertheless suffering from physical problems this time. Also in the video above, she explains hearing tinnitus: noises that we hear when they have not been emitted by any external source. The buzzing is more or less intense depending on his sleep or his stress.
She says she is going through hell, which is not alleviated by taking prescribed anti-inflammatories. She therefore decides to go to a specialized clinic.
After multiple analysis operations, the doctors tell her that she is “in a bad state”. In an attempt to remedy his problem, he orders him to wear false teeth to correct the alignment of his jaw. If she has to get used to it (the lower teeth being longer than hers), it should allow her to see improvements in her breathing but also in her everyday activities. That’s good, she has a whole new schedule for that.