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Britney Spears Stated She Has Permanent Nerve Damage, Here’s What She Said

Britney Spears talks about how it has been for her to have this condition for the past three years. Read on to learn more about this condition.

Britney Spears, a well-known singer, said on Instagram that nerve damage on the right side of her body couldn’t be fixed. While posting a dancing video, the artist talked about her health.

She said that nerve damage has made it hard for her to sleep, but dancing has helped ease the pain.

In one of her recent Instagram posts, she says, “I’m dancing in time now Victoria… yes… nerve damage on the right side of my body… there’s no cure except God, I guess… nerve damage happens when your brain doesn’t get enough oxygen… your brain literally shuts down blah blah blah old story… in that place I didn’t breathe when I was there… nerve damage makes parts of your body go numb.”

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She goes on to talk about how the last three years have been for her with this condition.

She says, “I wake up in bed about three times a week, and my hands are completely numb. My nerves are small, and it feels like pins and needles from the right side of my body up to my neck, and the part that hurts the most is my temple on my head.

It stings, and it’s scary. I’ve been in a mildly unconscious state for the last three years since I left that place because I couldn’t face it.”
She also talks about how dancing has helped her deal with her condition by reducing pain. “It’s funny, but when I dance, I don’t feel the pain,” she says.

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“Even though I don’t move like I used to, I believe that my faith in it gave me strength. By the grace of God, I finally found a medicine where I can feel oxygen going to my brain and through my neck. My eyes are more open now, and I can hold my head up correctly.

I’ve done well trying to make it work. I’m getting much better. Either way, I can breathe…” Spears gives comfort.