Justin Bieber, 28, has said that he has been diagnosed with a rare illness that has paralyzed half of his face and that his tour has been postponed until he recovers.
On Friday, the Grammy winner posted a video on Instagram in which he discussed his health. He claims he has Ramsay Hunt syndrome, which causes facial paralysis and impairs facial nerves as a result of a shingles outbreak.
Ramsay Hunt syndrome is a painful rash that appears around the ear, face, or mouth. When the varicella-zoster virus infects a nerve in the head, it causes shingles
After canceling gigs in Toronto and Washington, D.C., Justin released the video. The musician showed in the video that he couldn’t move one side of his face and described the condition as “very serious” “IMPORTANT PLEASE WATCH,” he wrote in the caption.
The singer has previously been diagnosed with Lyme disease, chronic mono, and anxiety, according to Justin Bieber’s new documentary series and it could be assumed that that may be the cause of the Ramsay Hunt Syndrome.
The same virus that causes chickenpox causes Ramsay Hunt syndrome. The virus remains in your nerves after chickenpox has healed.
It could be reawaken years later. It can harm your facial nerves if this happens.