Twitch streamer that goes by the name CryptoWrench who suffers from insomnia and PTSD has recently decided to stream for a straight 103 hours to raise awareness for those people who suffer from insomnia and PTSD.
CryptoWrench whose real name is Justin is a streamer on Twitch gaining more than 1.2k followers on his channel where he plays a variety of games.
He is also a former member of the Semper Fi Marines and is legally disabled. He streams to connect with other people and to build up a community. CryptoWrench claimed that he suffers from insomnia, PTSD, and severe rheumatoid arthritis.
Recently, he decided to set a huge milestone to raise awareness for everyone that suffers from any of these for all those who don’t have a voice by streaming for a very long time. CryptoWrench set off on a long journey, saying he was not doing this for the money and that no subs or donations from viewers would appear on the screen. According to him, it is hard to notice when people have insomnia as he stated; “The longer someone suffers from it, the harder it becomes to tell that someone suffers from it visually.”
During his 100th hour, he claims his reaction times were fine and the average person would just think he had a rough night of sleep. He was able to reach the milestone of 103 hours of streaming without any sort of rest by playing some games on stream such as Apex Legends and ATLAS. Although this was extremely impressive, the streamer said he did not reach his goal of 120 hours that he set prior to going live.
Twitch streamer who suffers from insomnia and PTSD has recently decided to stream for a straight 103 hours to raise awareness for those people suffering from insomnia and PTSD. Streamer is also a former member of the Semper Fi Marines, legally disabled, and streams to connect with other people and build up a community