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Canadian Pop Star Justin Bieber is suffering from “Ramsay Hunt Syndrome”; All you need to know about this disease

By Ruchi Upadhyay 
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Canada: You must have heard the name of famous pop star Justin Bieber, for the last several years he has gained a lot of fame through his singing, but now he is in the grip of this dangerous disease. Bieber posted a video on his Instagram account on June 11, in which he explained that he had to cancel the next show because he was suffering from a disease called Ramsay Hunt Syndrome, in which about half of his face is paralyzed. has become a victim.

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Justin Bieber made a shocking revelation
Canadian singer Justin Bieber said, ‘For those who are disappointed by the cancellation of my next show, let me tell you that I am physically and obviously not in a condition to perform it.’ Pointing at Bieber with his face, he said, “This is very serious, as you see.” I wish it didn’t happen but it’s clear, my body is telling me that I have to wait a bit. I hope you guys understand. I will use this time only to rest and come back with 100% energy so that I can do what I was born for.

Taking to Instagram, the 28-year-old singer shared a video where he says, “As you can see, this eye is not blinking, I can´t smile on this side of my face, this nostril will not move.”
“So, there´s full paralysis on this side of my face. So for those who are frustrated by my cancellations of the next shows, I´m just physically, obviously, not capable of doing them. This is pretty serious, as you can see.”

Ramsay Hunt Syndrome
Justin Bieber has a disease called Ramsay Hunt Syndrome, a neurological disorder that is caused by the Varicella Zoster Virus. Herpes zoster and chicken pox are caused by this virus.

The National Organization for Rare Disorder of America said, ‘This virus can remain dormant in the body of a person who has had chicken pox in childhood. It cannot be said with certainty how the virus gets reactivated in Ramsay Hunt syndrome.

Ramsay Hunt Syndrome causes rashes in the ears, tongue and upper part of the mouth, as well as severe pain in the ears and head. To diagnose this disease, blood test is done, MRI and skin test is done. In some cases, the method of spinal tap can be adopted, in which the cerebrospinal fluid is tested by removing the cerebrospinal fluid through a needle in the spinal canal.

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