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“I tried to survive”: terminally ill Celine Dion told how she tried to fight neuralgic syndrome

“I tried to survive”: terminally ill Celine Dion told how she tried to fight neuralgic syndrome
“I tried to survive”: terminally ill Celine Dion told how she tried to fight neuralgic syndrome

Two years ago, Celine Dion admitted that she suffered from neuralgic muscle rigidity syndrome. The singer talked about her experiences during the 17 years she hid her illness in her special program broadcast on NBC.

Celine Dion. Photo: Getty Images

It turned out that the diagnosis could not be made immediately, so he had to deal with the symptoms on his own for a long time. The singer took a life-threatening dose of medication for anxiety and epileptic seizures: “The dose I took could kill you.”

Celine Dion. Photo: Getty Images

The artist recalled how he once felt bad before going on stage during a tour. Her feelings resembled increasing cold symptoms, but she felt darkness falling before she went out to the fans. During concerts, Celine used various musical techniques to disguise what was happening. But in moments when her voice completely failed, the singer invited the audience to sing: “I tried to survive…”.

Let us remind you that Celine Dion has been struggling with muscle stiffness syndrome, a rare disease that cannot be treated, for two years. “There are uncontrollable spasms. Do you know that people often wake up at night due to leg or calf cramps? Something similar but in all muscles. “There is little we can do to support him, to ease his pain,” his sister said about the singer’s condition.

Source: People Talk

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