Justin Bieber suffers from facial paralysis as a result of Ramsay Hunt syndrome
According to Justin Bieber, he suffers from facial paralysis as a result of Ramsay Hunt syndrome. Justin Bieber stated on Friday that he will be taking a hiatus from performing due to facial paralysis on one side.
The musician stated that he has Ramsay Hunt syndrome, which has left him unable to move half of his face and unable to perform on stage, in a video shared to his verified Instagram account.
“It’s because of this virus that affects my ear nerves and facial nerves, paralysing my face,” he explained in the video. “This eye does not blink, as you can see. This nostril will not move, thus I can’t grin on this side of my face. So this side of my face is completely paralysed.”
Ramsay Hunt syndrome happens when a shingles epidemic damages the facial nerve near one of your ears, according to the Mayo Clinic. Ramsay Hunt syndrome can include facial paralysis and hearing loss in the afflicted ear, in addition to the severe shingles outbreak. Bieber responded to fans who were disappointed by his previous performance cancellations by saying he’s “physically, clearly, not capable of doing them.”
“As you can see, this is a terrible situation. “I wish this wasn’t the case, but my body is clearly telling me I need to slow down,” he explained. “I’m hoping you guys get it. I’m going to use this time to simply rest and relax and come back to 100% so that I can do what I was created to do.
He expressed gratitude to his supporters for their patience and stated that he has been practising face exercises to help. He stated he doesn’t know how long it would take for him to recuperate, but three of his forthcoming concerts were postponed earlier this week.
“It’ll be OK,” he assured her. “I have faith in God and have hope.”
Hailey Bieber, his wife, was hospitalised in March owing to a minor blood clot in her brain.
The model subsequently revealed that she had a mini-stroke as a result of a tiny hole in her heart, from which a blood clot migrated to her brain.
She had surgery to seal the hole, which she estimated to be between 12 and 13 millimetres in diameter.