Canadian singer Céline Dion recently shared a heartfelt video on social media about her health problems.
The 54-year-old revealed that she has been diagnosed with Stiff Person Syndrome, a rare and serious neurological condition. Due to this illness, she had to postpone her concerts and faces challenges in her daily life, including singing.
In her message, Dion said, “Dealing with health problems has been tough, and it’s hard for me to talk about what I’m going through. Sadly, I won’t be able to continue my European tour in February.”
Stiff Person Syndrome affects the central nervous system, causing symptoms like anxiety, muscle rigidity, and severe spasms that can even lead to broken bones or dislocated joints.
Dion explained that these spasms affect her ability to walk and sing. She emphasized the support she receives from a dedicated team of medical professionals and thanked her family, especially her three boys, for their help.
Expressing her love for music, Dion assured her fans that she is focused on recovering with the help of her sports medicine therapist. She thanked her followers for their love on social media and hoped to see them soon. Despite the challenges, Dion remains determined to recover and expressed gratitude for the continuous support. She wished her fans well and encouraged them to take care of themselves. We look forward to seeing Céline Dion back doing what she loves and wish her the best on her journey to recovery.