i'm getting worse (autoimmune update)

  • Опубликовано: 15 сен 2018
  • About a year ago, Zach got diagnosed with ankylosing spondylitis. Here's how he's been doing since.
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  • mochiloki
    mochiloki 26 минут назад +1

    aww, Zach! hope you’re doing okay :0

  • You Can Disney Too
    You Can Disney Too 36 минут назад

    Zach we love you!! Fight like a mofo.

  • Strongstingray
    Strongstingray Час назад

    I'm 13 and I'm anaphylactic most nuts, cat hair and dust, I'm also asthmatic. We found our when I was 2 and I've had to live with ever since. I used to take medication everyday, I could hardly breath properly when ever I had an attack. When I was 8 my dad came down stairs and told my mum to stop eating what she was, which was some kind of legume. He'd told her a few weeks ago to stop eating the cereal because of what he had just found out about this diet, the same happened with the legumes, we're now paleo. We changed our diet completely bread and grains to vegetables and fruits after the diet change I was loads better. about a year later we found this doctor that helped in different ways with my breathing. a few more years later we came across another person that helped with my breathing they were a 96 yr old russian immigrant, she had knowledge that her father had given her a treatment for asthma that he had created. He tried getting it used in medical practice but they didn't want to use it because the drugs that they sold to people in need got them more money and couded there judgement. she taught someone who was interested in the method and they both helped me with my asthma. I still get it from time to time but I feel so much better after the treatment. I now am really active and do martial arts.
    Hope you get better Zach! I felt like telling my story after you told yours.

  • Denise Roberts
    Denise Roberts Час назад

    Autoimmune sucks. I have 4. it's a daily battle. some days i just want to say - screw it. Then I have a few good days. I have to fight it daily or I will literally die of blood being cut off to heart, lung and kidneys. I will win!.

  • Nouchi Hattabaugh
    Nouchi Hattabaugh 2 часа назад

    Fuckin love you korndiddy.

  • Emily may
    Emily may 2 часа назад


  • Katy Leckie
    Katy Leckie 3 часа назад

    Oh. I think I needed to hear this tonight.

  • EasierSaidThanDunn
    EasierSaidThanDunn 3 часа назад

    this is the only video of yours I've watched, but IDK if, You know who Mikhaila Peterson is but she has an autoimmune disorder and changed her diet, now isnt in pain. You should look her up if you already havent.

  • Sydney Kendrick
    Sydney Kendrick 4 часа назад

    The spoon at the end. ♡ I also have a health condition that one of the main symptoms is well.. pain. Although, instead of stiffness, my joints are far to lax. Hyper mobile actually. I have a genetic connective tissue disease called Classical Ehlers danlos syndrome. Which also severely effects my GI system. But generally joints wise, instead of bone growing where it's not supposed to go, I dislocate joints.
    I got so fucking sick and tired of my joint pain and living in agony every fucking second that I too had decided to take control a bit anyway, and I'm in physical therapy 2x a week and will also be starting occupational therapy as well for my hands and wrists. It won't fix anything. But as somebody that has to live with this for the rest of my life, I wanted to try and make things more bearable and have fewer dislocated joints in my life.
    It's a struggle and a forever uphill battle. My PT after the second attempt of manual manipulation of my spine, we finally got vertebrae back in place and now I have a thoricac spine brace. And that's okay. But I can say that so far with the therapy's I'm doing, I think I'll be heading into the right direction and I hope you will too. Good luck fellow spoonie. ♡

  • mac tíre
    mac tíre 4 часа назад +1

    love you Zach, i would recommend to yry meditation to cool your mind,

  • Zenia McCarthy
    Zenia McCarthy 5 часов назад

    I am so sorry to hear about your problem😪😔😢😿😿

  • S M
    S M 5 часов назад

    Thank you! Lots of people, including me needed to hear this. I am going to kick AS's ass too! Getting off the sofa now even though I am in pain and going out for a walk with my dog. Love you Zach! Keep on keeping on!

  • TheMistressMisery
    TheMistressMisery 5 часов назад

    Dear Zach;
    Thank you for being you. Thank you for this. I've been battling with depression for over a decade now, almost lost it 4 times. I often forget that, in the healing process, there are going to be times where you're a little too tired to fight. And that's ok. So long as you pick yourself back up, and take on things head on and with confidence and the thirst for life again when you do get up, then that's all that matters. Thank you for reminding me that healing means patience with yourself.
    I live in Canada, and this time of year is bad for someone with chronic depression, the darkness, lack of sunlight and warmth, makes it very hard. I needed this today

  • Nanna Schlottmann
    Nanna Schlottmann 7 часов назад

    Dear Zach. I love The Try Guys but please get a haircut

  • Suzanne
    Suzanne 7 часов назад

    Thank you, Zach. Just recently I was diagnosed with Type 2 diabetes at the tender age of 15. The past few months were extremely tough and difficult. I was like you. I was doing well then I lost my motivation. The main reason was because I couldnt accept that I was different. I couldnt accept that I was not normal like my friends. I was on the verge of giving up when I came across this video. This video gave me the push I needed to fight on. Honestly, I feel like God brought me to this video to show me that I can do this. I may not have a normal life like other people. And that is okay.

  • Anupam Saha
    Anupam Saha 13 часов назад

    Oh Zach! My heart broke as the video started rolling...don’t know what to say.

  • Glaze Silver
    Glaze Silver 13 часов назад

    Very Inspiring!!

  • It’sJustClaudine
    It’sJustClaudine 14 часов назад

    why is he so precious 😭😍

  • Jai Aguilar
    Jai Aguilar День назад

    I love you, my favorite Try Guy ❤

  • rennie imasa
    rennie imasa День назад

    We will be there in your heart

  • rennie imasa
    rennie imasa День назад

    Please don't think of suicide

  • Mina Hernandez
    Mina Hernandez День назад

    Zach. Idk how the hell you are single. I watch you in your videos along with the try guys and your face is the cutest!! I LOVE your positive outlook on life and that you are being responsible and proactive for your health. I would love to meet you one day but since I know that’ll never happen, I hope you meet a woman as great as you are cuz you deserve the experience and companionship. #TeamKorndiddy 🤘🏻

  • TwistedTorque
    TwistedTorque День назад

    I’m taking Humira too. There are days that sucks and I have bad flares. Just keep your head up. Drink celery juice. Ive experimented with a ton of diets. They can work you just have to find what can trigger higher inflammation. I need to start yoga though.

  • Callum Goodall
    Callum Goodall День назад


  • Eleni Cirmirakis
    Eleni Cirmirakis День назад


  • Hugo Vera
    Hugo Vera День назад

    @Zach. Thank you for this. I have been DX'ed with Undifferentiated Spondyloarthropathy. Which means I have "something" but not a specific thing like AS or PsA. My SI is normal according to the rheumy. They "think" it might be ReA or PsA but nothing has been conclusive. I do yoga and the Paleo diet. I am also on Humira (like you) and other stuff and you are correct in accepting and fighting to just be normal. I know you won't see this and respond but I just wanted to thank you for this video. Because of this video I have subscribed.

  • Emila Vallée
    Emila Vallée День назад +1

    Honestly Zach, I love you sooo soo much ! I don't know if it's okay to say this but you are legit my fav try guy. You always make me laugh the most and it's heartbreaking to see you in pain. I really really really hope that it gets easier for you. Hopefully it will. Take care beautiful soul.

  • Shane Solomon
    Shane Solomon День назад


  • Rory B
    Rory B День назад

    (Zach you are so amazing to be going through what your going through with the attitude you have, this joke shouldn't be offensive, but it isn't supposed to be) me before and after a drink a glass of water

  • Amber Blyledge
    Amber Blyledge День назад

    I may not (Or may, donno) have an autoimmune disorder, however, I do have my own chronic issues. My shoulder joints hurt all the time, to the point that it is now affecting my life, And that's the minor thing. I have chronic muscle tightness that I've had my whole life. It was to the point that my trapezius muscles are somewhat atrophied and rolling my shoulders back is extremely painful and hard. And In the muscle way, I'm like you. As soon as I got better, I stopped going to my massage therapist.To put the seriousness in perspective, I'm 18 and my Therapist said I was one of the worst cases she had seen. She does older people too.I understand that pain, you have a friend in me.Also, depression, anxiety, migraines, sleep disorder, and terrible gut heath all caused my one thing, low serotonin levels, the last three are pretty much solved but I still struggle with the first two.

  • Robbie Olivo
    Robbie Olivo 2 дня назад

    Nice Triforce Shelf in the Back right wall. :)

  • Dawn Chesbro
    Dawn Chesbro 2 дня назад

    Zach, I applaud your courage for sharing your journey of diagnosis discovery and living with AS. And I appreciate you sharing how you slipped back into old habits because YOU'RE HUMAN. As someone who was diagnosed with an auto immune disease early on in life, it's very tempting to try to ignore abnormalities, like symptoms, so you can fit in with your friends. I know I did. It happens and I'm glad you aren't beating yourself up over it. I'm much older now and I still occasionally find myself slipping on things like working out and my disease reminds me of it ever. single. time. However, now that you're taking control of your disease with all the ameliorative steps you're taking, I do want to point you to helminth treatments as a possible option to discuss with your doctor. Helminths are parasitic worms. And, yes, I am completely serious. Multitudes of studies have been done on the benefits of helminth treatments on a number of auto immune and rheumatic diseases. Is it a true cure? No, but the results are astounding for remission of diseases like Multiple Sclerosis and Rheumatoid Arthritis. If you are interested, I can send you links to the studies specific to Rheumatic diseases and helminth treatments. Or at least bring it up with your specialist. I guarantee they have heard about it, or possibly are doing research on it themselves.

  • Alisa Grishman
    Alisa Grishman 2 дня назад

    I've got multiple sclerosis, Crohn's, fibromyalgia, arthritis, and gout. Back in 2012 I hit a horrible spell of PTSD/depression where I didn't go see any of my doctors or take any of my medications for months on end. Boy was this a terrible, terrible idea, and I deteriorated really badly.
    I completely, completely hear you about the pain and feelings of deterioration. There are some days when I don't know how I can keep going, and some days I feel like I can keep going, and I have skipped a couple of my infusions lately because I just couldn't bring myself to go. But yeah, there are other days when I feel like kicking butt, and on those days I go out and do everything I can to make this world a bit better (www.huffingtonpost.com/entry/people-with-disabilities-protest_us_5baa3d65e4b07dc0b87e1264).
    But yeah. I think the point of this is long ramble is... You got this. All of you reading this. You're amazing, and you are enough, and you are going to be OK.

  • Abigail Salyer
    Abigail Salyer 2 дня назад

    I’m getting worse too in my bones. It’s going to get better!

  • Nida Lloyd
    Nida Lloyd 3 дня назад

    I have struggled with chronic illness for 27 years, and I still have a hard time accepting it.
    The worst part is that people assume that I am lazy and uneducated because I don't work. Or they make dumb suggestions like "sit in the sun, that always makes me feel better".

  • Barbara Wynn
    Barbara Wynn 3 дня назад

    I feel like this everyday, but I said I’m a survivor and not a victim. This mantra helps me.

  • Sabrina Ellenberger
    Sabrina Ellenberger 3 дня назад

    Thank you so much for sharing this with us. I suffer from another chronic disorder and your words really touched and spoke the truth of what I've gone through, since being diagnosed. Just thank you.

  • Riley Kirsten
    Riley Kirsten 3 дня назад

    You’ll get through this👏🏼❤️

  • Hattie Dame
    Hattie Dame 3 дня назад

    Praying for you, Zach. I have three autoimmune diseases... Follicular Segmented Glomerulosclerosis, Interstitial Cystitis, and Ulcerative Colitis. They typically go together although all three is kinda rare.
    I know about the chronic pain and the inability to get decent sleep. It's an awful feeling being sleepy all the time. No energy to do anything and having to pretend there's nothing wrong so your loved ones won't worry.
    You have my prayers and my support, Zach. ❤

  • xLazy Boy
    xLazy Boy 3 дня назад

    Try CBD!

  • courtney moore
    courtney moore 3 дня назад

    Alright I'm only 2 minutes into this video and I can relate so much to this. I have an autoimmune disease that is invisible and people just don't understand what you're going through on the inside. If you have any friends with an autoimmune disease be thoughtful because it is the small things in life

  • AC Mooney
    AC Mooney 3 дня назад

    Oh my gosh me too. Mine started when I was 18 and I was diagnosed after about 6 months. If I hadn't been, I probably would've dropped out of college. I'm so sorry it took you so long to get diagnosed. Mine got bad fast. Its better with meds but I have flare ups and its in my back now which is new :/. Weird to say but it's nice to know theres someone out there-who's successful and living life and shit-but has the same issue.

  • Messy Jessy
    Messy Jessy 3 дня назад

    Recently got diagnosed with an autoimmune condition myself, and this video is so relatable, thank you, I also have a dumb name for mine, Hidradenitis suppurativa (HS), I'm still coming to terms with my diagnoses, it still doesn't feel real but this was the kick up the butt I needed to make sure I stick to my treatment and my massive diet overhaul, so thank you for that

  • Melanie R.G
    Melanie R.G 4 дня назад

    Omg Zach is so pure

  • K Murphy
    K Murphy 4 дня назад

    🥄 💖

  • Katie Proctor
    Katie Proctor 4 дня назад

    Zach’s my fav ❤️

  • jessica newberry
    jessica newberry 4 дня назад

    Love u zack, you're doing great keep it up! I think it's fair to say we're all very proud of you

  • Elaine Lat
    Elaine Lat 4 дня назад

    You reminded me of the other half of this RUclipr couple Simon and Martina. Martina has Ehlers-Danlos Syndrome that includes loose joints, making her prone to injuries. She has her off days but they also never let it depress them both that much. Both you and Martina are such inspirations to a lot of people dealing with chronic pain. Stay strong.

  • Brittney Eagan
    Brittney Eagan 4 дня назад

    I totally relate to this I have two autoimmune disorders and I tend to just ignore them I went to doctors off and on for 9 years before being diagnosed and I felt like I was going crazy I was made to feel like it was all in my head or that I was faking it. No one wanted to believe I could be that sick and the doctors not find anything. I finally found a doctor that listened to me and what my symptoms were and he ran the proper test and now I am on medication that helps but I havnt gone 1 day in the past 14 years without some type of pain n my body. Its something you learn to live with and something you keep to yourself because no one wants to hear about your struggles thank you for sharing

  • Anoushka Ray
    Anoushka Ray 4 дня назад

    You'll make it through this, Zack. You have so many, many issues, but you're so damn strong through it all and we really appreciate you for that. Keep going, you're such a strong person and we all love you so much. ❤❤

  • Marissa S
    Marissa S 5 дней назад

    Hi so, I just found this video now, but it's hitting me really hard...I have Crohns disease and was diagnosed a few years ago in college. Got really bad, wound up in the hospital, but am now feeling good with new meds. But the part where you're talking about ignoring your illness as soon as it goes away?? Its so real. I think I really needed to watch this, I love your outlook, thank you, Zach!!

  • edna tovar
    edna tovar 5 дней назад

  • Albert Greuter
    Albert Greuter 5 дней назад

    Autoimmune diseases suck. With the ones I deal with I thought I was going crazy, the diagnosis helped. Life is a roller coaster, for some of us it's got more curves and loops.

  • Kailen Maris
    Kailen Maris 5 дней назад

    I love you so much ❤️

  • R Alexandra
    R Alexandra 5 дней назад

    I feel you, friend. I know all to well how it feels to always be in pain.

  • studioskim3
    studioskim3 5 дней назад

    I have two herniated discs... so I understand the pain in the back. I hope you feel better... my chiro has been a wonder!

  • Lyr Archi
    Lyr Archi 5 дней назад

    I hear you! I have been ignoring my autoimmunity and im regressing. Its easy to forget when you start to feel better. Gotta be on point for the rest of our lives if we want to live.

  • Paige D
    Paige D 5 дней назад

    My Crohn’s disease often leaves me with flare ups and being in the hospital. Having surgery and being told it may never heal. It left me in the same state of mind of ignoring my pain cause I didn’t want to go to the hospital, hoping that the pain will subside in a few days. Not eating hurt but eating hurt worse. Not wanting to face the fact that I’m gunna have major surgery’s in my life I mean I can barley comprehend taking my humira shot for the rest of my life that shit burns! But I have to learn to be okay with my disease and your story helps me feel better and that I’m not alone even though we have different diagnosis it all still sucks.

  • Simeon Lozanov
    Simeon Lozanov 5 дней назад

    I am so sorry that you have to go through this Zach. Hang on in there. You have all these wonderful people around you( Keith, Ned and Eugene), that most of us could only dream for. They love you, support you and laugh at you when something is funny. Wake up every morning and forget about the pain because of all these beautigul moments and amazing people. P.S. Sending all the positive energy your way :)

  • Sheena Warecki
    Sheena Warecki 5 дней назад

    While of course I dont want anyone to have these diseases they do happen and I really appreciate when people more in the public eye talk about them. Not just so people can be more understanding but also so others who may have similar issues feel less alone. Feeling alone and being judged for problems people can't readily see are two huge factors for a lot of people like us so thank you Zach 💖. I have fibromyalgia plus a whole host of other problems auto immune and other wise pretty much since birth and because no one took me seriously it took until I was 23 to really start getting any recognition or help. It took so long so things like my fibro are really advanced and having a nervous system disorder makes it hard to find treatments that actually help instead of making things worse. But people like you who have such great lives despite your problems and pain give me hope :) so thank you 🥄🥄🥄💖

  • Chase Nicastro
    Chase Nicastro 6 дней назад

    I have something wrong with my eye, and I’ve been ignoring trying to treat it, this video inspired me to do that, thank you Zach, and I’m sorry that you have to go through this fucking bullshit

  • Vincent Dieselman
    Vincent Dieselman 6 дней назад

    Gaaaaaaaaaaaah so many feels. I've been dealing with reactive arthritis for nearly 3 years now. I was told i would only have it for about 3 months. I've gone through rounds and rounds on medication that didn't work. Finally got Humira few months ago and it barely does anything. Phyisical therapy does nothing. Its fucking roooooooooooooough so i feel you. All my inflammatory markers are down but nothing's really changed. It was depressing to hear "Its ok only one in five have it for life" and then hear "You're the one in five"

    • Suzanne Guernier
      Suzanne Guernier 4 дня назад

      Dr John Bergman , check out his videos. You have to find out what triggers you inflammation. Yeah ,diet is a four letter word, but it's a good one when it controls the pain. Good luck.

  • Crystal Rosenzweig
    Crystal Rosenzweig 6 дней назад

    I am so sorry you are going thru this . Sending love and prayer..P.S. You're a cutie

  • Amazing Supergirl
    Amazing Supergirl 6 дней назад

    Ty!!! This couldn’t have come at a better time for me. I have daily pain I endure too. After my last treatments I got a lot better for about a month but then suddenly got as worse as I was five years ago plus an added on area of pain. I still can’t believe it. I wish I never had the treatment. I also wish I could just die and escape it as I only see a future of more and more pain. 😓

  • VikkiWerks
    VikkiWerks 6 дней назад

    Spoonie love! Endo community - can relate. Keep going, thank you for sharing!

  • Natasia Chan
    Natasia Chan 6 дней назад

    😁stay positive 😎 never give up

  • Jon H.
    Jon H. 6 дней назад

    Living with Crohns Disease here, and I'm glad that Humira works for you too. There's been times that I've ignored my symptoms to the point that I ended up in the hospital and was a hemorrhaging risk (I almost missed Christmas last year). This video has shown me that I need to be willing to put my selfish needs aside and be willing to not only seek help when I need it, but also be proactive and do everything I can to be healthy. Thank you, and I hope we can get more of these "fireside chat" style videos

  • lou gomez
    lou gomez 6 дней назад

    I hope you will get better Zach, Greetings young man

  • Margaret C
    Margaret C 6 дней назад

    He is quite cute.

  • Whovric The Mercorn
    Whovric The Mercorn 6 дней назад

    Love you so much sweetie! Keep finding any reason to keep going! Keep spreading sunshine and being you! One day at a time

  • Deserea_ Salvatore
    Deserea_ Salvatore 6 дней назад

    You are a true inspiration. I have a type of bone fusion that is like what you have, but not quite. I was born with two of my vertebra fused together, with no cushion in between, so I have a single vertebra that goes from directly above my pelvis and is as long as my tailbone, that can not hardly flex at all. And you are absolutely correct that it is a part of you and that you have good days and you have bad days but you take them with stride. I have been told by so many doctors that I can’t have this or that because I am too young. I’m 18 for crying out loud and I have arthritis is 6 places. They say that I will have to have back surgery before I am 30, and yes I’m scared, but I take everyday as hey I’m not paralyzed, I’m not slowly dying and I can still walk and function . I’m mainly scared because where I don’t have the pad is where the nerve is that paralyzes you from the waist down. But I try not to think about that. You think okay I’m hurting a bit more today let’s take a bit more meds. So all in all thank you for taking time and talking about how it hurts, how it feels, how it mentally takes a toll, because so many people don’t know that and educating other people is all we can ask for. Thank you Zach!

  • lmcme98
    lmcme98 7 дней назад

    I'm so mad that I haven't been watching The Try Guys since they started on BuzzFeed. They make some of the best content on the platform. And they are all are so adorable. This video made me so fond of Zach in a way I didn't know was possible. He's an adorable little bean

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  • Rylie’s Corner
    Rylie’s Corner 7 дней назад +3

    Anyone just wanna cuddle Zach watching this?

  • karenvalfon
    karenvalfon 7 дней назад

    So sorry, hope mind help and heart be in accordance and faith on our God.

  • only one
    only one 7 дней назад

    Can this fit with depression also or is it only for ac

  • only one
    only one 7 дней назад

    Deteriorating on the inside but nothing on the outside to prove it

  • rawlife it's_thughlife
    rawlife it's_thughlife 7 дней назад

    Why the title appear in Italian for me

  • Angel Saber
    Angel Saber 7 дней назад

    Even though I saw this 3 months later, I still find it incrediable. This is very inspirational and I love it. Even for me, I was born early and have a lot of problems. And I'm only 14. The fact that Zach has to deal with this kind of stuff as well, it makes me happy to know that people post stuff like this

  • Emily O'Connor
    Emily O'Connor 7 дней назад

    This is getting me motivated to get in shape

  • Miraculous64
    Miraculous64 7 дней назад

    We must protect him!!!!

  • Shoshanaa
    Shoshanaa 7 дней назад

    What does the spoon mean?

    • archerlady
      archerlady 7 дней назад

      Google "spoon theory". Basically you only have so many "spoons" of energy in a day.

  • Shoshanaa
    Shoshanaa 7 дней назад

    Me to ~autoimmune issues ~

  • Shoshanaa
    Shoshanaa 7 дней назад

    Favorite try guy

  • Shoshanaa
    Shoshanaa 7 дней назад

    Aw, that’s our favorite guy!!!!! I hope you get better 💚💚💚💚💚

  • Rainbow Unicorns
    Rainbow Unicorns 7 дней назад

    🧡🧡🧡🧡🧡this video made me cry I'm crying right now!!! GO ZACH WE ALL BELIEVE IN YOU .YOU CAN OVER COME THIS 🧡

  • Anderson Lima
    Anderson Lima 7 дней назад

    Dude... I love you... that's it

  • Anne Kelly
    Anne Kelly 7 дней назад

    You are a brave person. I’m also living a disabled life, trying not to let it define me. One of my issues is called arachnoiditis, which sounds like I’m afraid of spiders so another stupid name! Have you tried ballroom dancing? For people like us with spine issues it helps. Hang in there.

  • Jaya Leibowitz
    Jaya Leibowitz 7 дней назад

    Thanks so much for the inspiration Zach

  • Sybil Ann
    Sybil Ann 7 дней назад

    I completely feel ya. I was diagnosed with FMS 6 years ago and RA over a year ago. Life fucking sucks at times and I'm always in fear of getting worse. I have 2 young children. My diagnosis has not only effected my life but theirs as well. Every day is a challenge. These invisible diseases are the worst because "normal" people just don't understand what we are going through

  • Julia M
    Julia M 7 дней назад

    Oh my goodness! I am sooooo grateful you shared this!!!! An answer to prayer!!!! I don’t have a.s., I have fibro and celiac. I have been a lot worse lately and it has been incredibly painful just walking. I have had so many of the same thoughts and feelings. Your story gives me courage to do what I need to, to stop being in denial and to make the most of every day.

  • Avia Ethan
    Avia Ethan 7 дней назад

    Stay strong Zack! wait...

  • Michelle B
    Michelle B 7 дней назад

    Thank you for the pep talk. I really needed it. Somewhere it's good to see that someone else has the samething as you. You do not feel alone anymore.

  • MurzelMachtMusik
    MurzelMachtMusik 7 дней назад

    Dear Zach, you have been my favorite Try Guy all along, as you look like the spitting image of one of my loved ones. But now you are a Spoonie, like me. Wow! You are brave! I wish you that you can be this active for a long, long time.

  • Cathy Ranieri
    Cathy Ranieri 7 дней назад

    I am so so so incredibly happy for you and definitely needed to hear this. You have a full support system of people who can’t wait to see you get okayer and keep making great content. Much love ❤️

  • Azira Aziz
    Azira Aziz 7 дней назад

    Hug. For the past 20 years my spinal issues evolved from a slipped disk at CE-C4 to thoracic spondyalisis and similarly have tried every imaginable non-drug method for pain relief. I highly recommend acupuncture and regular massages to help with the pain when it gets unbearable.

  • emery :p
    emery :p 8 дней назад

    I cried like a child to this video as a person with a invisible illness. Props to you man and you are so awesome. May the spoons be with you.

  • Thalia v.s
    Thalia v.s 8 дней назад

    You can do it, don’t give up

  • Liz Torres
    Liz Torres 8 дней назад


  • Prince Seb
    Prince Seb 8 дней назад