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PROFILE OVERVIEW OF STORMYENT
39.3% of stormyent's followers are female and 60.7% are male. Average engagement rate on the posts is around 0.80%. The average number of likes per post is 728 and the average number of comments is 31.
33.33% of the followers that engaged with stormyent regularly are from United States, followed by Canada at 21.74% and Australia at 7.25%. In summary, the top 5 countries of stormyent's posts engager are coming from United States, Canada, Australia, Japan, France.
Stormyent loves posting about Actors, Pets, Modeling, Art.
Check stormyent's audience demography. This analytics report shows stormyent's audience demographic percentage for key statistic like number of followers, average engagement rate, topic of interests, top-5 countries, core gender and so forth.
GENDER OF ENGAGERS FOR STORMYENT
AUDIENCE INTERESTS OF STORMYENT
- Beauty & Fashion 86.48 %
- Books and Literature 74.96 %
- Art & Design 73.25 %
- Photography 63.49 %
- Music 45.96 %
- Technology & Science 41.48 %
- Movies and TV 39.27 %
- Entertainment 39.27 %
- Healthy Lifestyle 34.87 %
- Restaurants, Food & Grocery 34.87 %
- Fitness & Yoga 34.59 %
- Sports 33.31 %
AUDIENCE COUNTRIES OF STORMYENT
- United States 33.33 %
- Canada 21.74 %
- Australia 7.25 %
- Japan 4.35 %
- France 2.9 %
It’s the first day or Halloween which means it’s time for SPOOP What are your favourite scary short stories? Whether they’re internet based (ex. Reddit) or book based? 😍 ((((Follow me on Twitter to find out where you can see the rest of this set- same username))))
Thank you all so much for your comments & messages on/about my last post 🌸🙏🏻 I was talking to a new friend of mine about how I was feeling & how I’m processing these new challenges, & they really helped to put my thoughts into words... when you have a chronic illness, specifically an invisible one, it can be difficult to see how you feel on the inside manifest on the outside. We’re used to feeling “sick”, but our appearance is one of the only things we can control- and only so much. Sometimes all the grief & loss from Living with chronic illness can crash down on you & you have to spend time in that grief. Adjustments are hard, but without these hurdles I wouldn’t be here, who I am, today. Thank you to the friends who remind me that this is only temporary. Thank you to everyone checking in & sending love & prayers. (Advocacy is very important to me, & despite a certain designed making claims that chronically ill people are seeking attention, I’ll never stop publicly discussing my experiences to raise awareness.)
Downside: I have toonie sizes bald spots all over my head from the glue they used in the hospital to attach electrodes for the #seizureinvestigation Upside: Lace front wigs are on the way
HEY FOLKS! In case you missed it in my stories... @sickboypodcast is in town doing a LIVE recording at @riotheatre tomorrow night, & they’ve asked me to participate 😱🥳 Get your tickets to the show by clicking the link in my bio! See you tomorrow @ 7pm!! 🌸❤️ #podcast #sickboy #riotheatre #livenation
A little something different by my sweet love @silveryshoots @silvery.sg ❤️ #cane #film
Grief is fucked up The moment you think you have a handle on things... the moment you think you know what to expect & how to cope... it surprises you. I don’t know what to expect any more, instead I’ll let it flow & see what happens. How I can channel this into something good.
Happy Friday the 13th WHAT’RE YOU DOIN’ 📸: @mlaffertyphoto
Here’s some good ole hospital photos🥳 I was discharged from the Seizure Investigation Unit on Monday. My diagnosis upon leaving is epilepsy, to be reviewed in 3 months at my follow up in 3 months. Like everything else that I have, it’s complicated & possibly rare according to the results. We shall seeee. Lots of other testing to be done in the next few months + beyond. Things improved somewhat over the time I was there (see previous post), once there was more knowledge & understanding about my various conditions. I spent a lot of the time very sick & In a lot of pain, but all in all it was a needed investigation & I’m glad I went through with it. I’m a strong bean. Very thankful to the friends that checked in on me (& continue to do so despite my hesitation to talk about it). I’m optimistic about what the future holds & very happy to be home 😌 #ehlersdanlossyndrome #eds #seizureinvestigationunit #SIU #VGH
Been a rough couple of days at Hotel Hospital! Currently on day 4 of being bed bound except for bathroom breaks 🙅🏼♀️ The first two days were spent trying to get my team caught up & on board. They are not equip to handle patients with multi systemic conditions. I legit almost threw in the towel. I had severe pain on day 2, along with sweating, shaking, flushing of my skin, & vomiting/regurgitation. The staff knew nothing about Ehlers-Danlos & were offering me 1 naproxen every 12 hours, plus Insinuating that I was an addict (I am not). I demanded to speak to a chronic pain specialist & requested nerve block injections. They said there was no guarantee he would see me. After being ignored, waved off, & belittled, I met with the chronic pain specialist yesterday morning (Day 3) & he was very understanding & came up with an appropriate plan to manage my pain, examined my back & decided to include IMS (intramuscular stimulation/dry needling). He spoke to my team, educated them on my condition (he treats multiple patients with EDS) & the staff has since been a lot better. It *would* have even been better, though, if they listened to me before I went into hypertensive crisis from extreme prolonged pain. The flushing, throwing up, pain in my back, sweating, etc? All signs that my blood pressure was DANGEROUSLY high & I was at serious risk for heart attack or stroke. Last night when they checked my vitals my blood pressure was at 200, which is considered a medical emergency 🚨 they had me lay down, it went down to 180 which is still WAY TOO HIGH... gave me pain medication & it went down to 160 (still high but okish). This morning it was at 150 after pain medication- again, still high, so they’re monitoring me very closely & staying on top of my pain. I haven’t had a seizure yet, but they did catch that I may have a sleep disorder- I wake up multiple times every single hour. I’m off all medication except for my pain medication starting today- no more sleep meds or anti convulsants. Still regurgitating food & water. Waiting waiting waiting
In case you miss out on my stories, I’m currently chilling at the holiday inn aka having a seizure investigation done 💁🏼♀️ This is my new look I AM BORG Edit: to clarify, I’m not here for a single EEG test, I’m here for up to 2 weeks hooked up to a 24/7 EEG & ECG 😂 fuck me up fam this is golden #seizureinvestigationunit #vch #vgh #ehlersdanlos #eds #ehlersdanlosyndrome #letsgetthisbread #seizures #borg #spoonie #butyoudontlooksick
Swipe right for ATTACK OF THE SNACK 😛 Went to the @pne_playland & enjoyed the heck out of the selfie exhibit before going to see @styxtheband which I HIGHLY recommend seeing live if you ever have the chance 💕 What’s one thing you want to do before summer is over?! #pne #playland #selfieexhibit #selfie #vancouverbc #holdup #concertoutfit
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