Britney Spears disease: Britney Jean Spears is an American singer and dancer. She is also known as the ‘Princess of Pop.’ Pop icon Britney Spears is suffering nerve damage on the right side of her body. Britney shared a video clip of her dancing on her Instagram profile on Monday. In the video, he can be seen wearing a red top, black hotpants, and gloves on one side. He informed the fans about his condition by writing a long note along with his dancing video.
The American singer is troubled by nerve damage.
Describing the disease with her dancing video, Britney wrote in a big caption, ‘I am dancing at the moment Victoria … yes … I have nerve damage on the right side of my body. I think there is no other cure for this except God. Sometimes nerve damage happens when oxygen cannot reach your brain properly, and your brain shuts down completely… blah blah old story… in such a condition, I can not breathe, and body parts due to nerve damage Start going numb. I get out of bed three times a week, and my hands are completely numb.’
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Pinpricks on the right side of the body
Describing her nerve damage, Brittany further wrote that her right side is numb and feels a pinch of pins. She further noted in the caption, ‘Nerves are tiny, and on the right side of the body it feels like pins and needles are pricking from the right side of my body, it stays till my neck and the part that gives the worst pain in my head. It stings, and it’s scary.’
Britney has been in a state of fainting for three years
Britney said she has been distraught due to this nerve damage for the last few years. Even she is unable to remain fully conscious. The singer wrote, ‘For the previous three years since I came out of that place, I am in a state of slight unconsciousness … I can not cope with it. It seemed too scary to be here.
Relax by dancing
Although there is no concrete cure for this disease, Singer has described the dance as his cure. He said that he feels good dancing. She wrote, ‘It is funny, but when I dance, I do not feel pain; it seems that my mind takes the place of my inner child. And I can’t move like I used to do before. I truly believe that my belief in it has given me strength.
By God’s grace, I finally found a medicine where oxygen is going to my brain, my eyes are more open now, and I can hold my head properly. Either way, I’m getting much better. I can breathe…I feel smarter because I’m fine. Jesus, I can breathe now… Either way, I’m breathing now, and I’m on time. I can dance, Victoria… I send all my love to every one of you.’