, After receiving a fatal neurological diagnosis, Celine Dion postpones her 2023 tour -

After receiving a fatal neurological diagnosis, Celine Dion postpones her 2023 tour

Celine Dion, a well-known Canadian singer, has Stiff Person Syndrome (SPS), an untreatable neurological condition that makes her muscles stiffen up compulsively.

As the illness worsens, the body becomes increasingly locked into stiff poses, turning victims into “human statues.” The patient won’t be able to walk or speak.

The 54-year-old singer said the one in a million ailment has touched every area of her everyday life in an emotional Instagram post on Thursday to her fans.

She claimed that it makes it difficult for her to walk and impairs her vocal cords, making it impossible for her to sing as she once did.

“Hello everyone, I’m sorry it’s taken me so long to reach out to you. I apologize for the delay,” she said in videos she made in both English and French. I’m very excited to see you all on stage and talk to you in person because I miss you all so much.

“As you know, I’ve always been honest, and while I wasn’t ready to speak up before, I am now.

“I’ve had health issues for a very long time, and it’s been incredibly hard for me to face my difficulties and talk about what I’ve been through.

Celine Dion has canceled her 2023 tour after being diagnosed with an incurable neurological condition.

I recently learned that I have stiff person syndrome, an extremely rare neurological condition that affects about 1 in a million people.

“While there is still much to learn about this uncommon ailment, we now know that it is the source of all the spasms I have been experiencing. Unfortunately, these spasms interfere with every area of my everyday life, occasionally making it impossible for me to move.
enabling me to sing the way I’m used to using my vocal chords.

“I hate to break it to you now, but this means I won’t be prepared to resume my European tour in February.

“I have a fantastic medical team working with me to help me get better, and my priceless children are helping and supporting me.

“I have to say it’s been difficult, but I’m working hard with my sports medicine therapist every day to regain my strength and my capacity to perform.

“Singing is all I know; it’s what I’ve done my entire life and what I love doing the most.

“I really miss you. I miss seeing all of you on stage, entertaining me.

Celine has just received treatment for severe and chronic muscle spasms that are keeping her from performing, and her recovery is taking longer than she had intended, according to an earlier statement on her website.

“Her medical staff is still diagnosing and managing the situation.”

The SPS diagnosis is Celine’s most recent sadness after her husband Rene Angelil passed away in 2016 at the age of 73.

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