Some of it, doing gaming stuff. Minecraft, League, TFT.
I also went to the dentist.
Unfortunately, it's something like three strikes you're out.
Last year, I had bad teeth, but passed.
Six months ago, I had the worst teeth, but passed.
Today, I was told I had less plaque than I did last time--which is good!
...Except there was one confirmed cavity with three other possible cavities.
Which is worse.
It'd be better to have no cavities and the worst plaque ever, than to have far less plaque than normal yet have cavities.
So, could be worse--but also could be much, much better.
I did get some pointers though.
I noticed that when I was brushing my teeth, in spite of brushing the front of my teeth, I wasn't getting the gums, particularly on the front four or so teeth particularly the top ones (which incidentally are where the cavity/cavities are). I was also advised to lightly brush against them rather than scrub them--scrubbing the gums apparently can actually hurt them. Since my response to realizing I wasn't brushing there was to do precisely that, scrub them...this helps!
Basically, on my own, I realized (far, far too late) I was not doing things right...but my correction wasn't helpful, and the dentist gave me a better way to do it. Said correction and advice still came too late to prevent the cavity/cavities, but it was something which was useful to have, for future reference.
Consequences of not taking proper care of myself, even if not conscious.