She continued, “I was recently diagnosed with a very rare neurological disorder called Stiff Person Syndrome.”
“While we are still learning about this rare condition, we now know that this is the cause of all the spasms I’ve been having. Unfortunately, these spasms affect every aspect of my daily life, sometimes causing difficulties when walking and not allowing me to use my vocal cords to sing the way I do.” to which I am accustomed.”
Because of her diagnosis, the singer said she “wouldn’t be ready to resume touring Europe in February”.
Stiff person syndrome, or SPS, is a Neurological and autoimmune disorders It causes the muscles to gradually stiffen, resulting in painful and debilitating cramps. In the most extreme forms, it can prevent people from walking or going about their daily lives.
Loud noises or emotional distress can trigger convulsions, causing people with SPS to fall and injure themselves — leaving some “scared to leave the house,” according to the US National Institute of Neurological Disorders and Stroke (NINDS).
It is not curable, but symptoms can be controlled and relieved through medication. Experts don’t know what causes SPS, and which It affects women more than menAccording to NINDS.
On social media, fans and fellow celebrities paid tribute to the award-winning singer, and hoped she could soon return to performing. He shared numerous clips from Dion’s concerts throughout her 40-plus year career.
“So I enjoyed seeing @celinedion in concert… a few years ago,” Wrote Robin Roberts, anchor of Good Morning America. “Celine is an amazing performer and person.”
“This is heartbreaking,” He said A fan on Twitter who called Dion “one of our greatest singers and artists.”
In her video, Dion expressed optimism that she will get better and be able to return to the stage. “But I have to admit: It was a struggle,” she said, adding, “I have hope that I am on the road to recovery.”
The Website for Dion’s “Courage World Tour”. It was announced Thursday that all shows scheduled between May and July 2023 have been cancelled, while all shows initially scheduled between February and April 2023 have been rescheduled to 2024.
She added that all performances scheduled to take place between August and October next year “will remain as scheduled”.
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