Hey Team, I'm grateful and blessed to say I'm about 90-95% better. I have some up and down moments, but I go to work full-time and exercise without needing to hold back. I mention this because the questions I'm going to ask is not in order to heal, but to have a better understanding of what TMS does in our daily life. I never heard of it before 2months ago and now my pain is almost completely gone. It's amazing! But now I have no idea if I should or shouldn't do other things that I once thought were healthy. 1.) Should you stretch before lifting or doing sports? Again, not because it'll make your pain go away, but does it actually prevent injuries? I wonder if an athletic trainer should tell his client to stretch or if that is more of a placebo 2.) Can computer use or gaming cause any long term damage? I know RSI, carpal tunnel, and floaters/eye strain are TMS symptoms, but is there any benefit to using ergonomic tools, standing desks, 20/20/20 eye rule or are those just a fad? 3.) Is gluten or dairy bad? Do food allergies exist? Supplements necessary? I know being on a healthy diet is beneficial for your body, but do we go too far with what is actually considered good or bad like the stuff above? I personally stay away from gluten or dairy, but it's mainly cause I hear it's bad and because I'm lactose intolerant. It's hard to know what to believe anymore and so if anyone has resources they recommend, please list them! Most of the TMS books I've read kind of touch on these subjects and a few other stuff, but they don't go into a lot of detail(which is fine cause it's not needed in order to heal). These are questions I personally have, but feel free to post your own. Maybe someone else or myself can answer them.