Celine Dion discusses her battle with Stiff-Person Syndrome and the daily challenges it brings

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Celine Dion

Opening out about her terrible struggle with Stiff-Person syndrome, Celine Dion shares her story. 

The Canadian singer described the illness as feeling like someone attempting to choke her when she discussed it for the first time in an interview with “Today” host Hoda Kotb. 

She added that she could feel someone pulling on her throat, which caused her voice to sound strange. She even reproduced the sound by raising her voice.

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Celine Dion claimed that even though she didn’t believe it was a huge concern, she had severe cramps in her hands and feet that prevented her from unlocking them. 

It all started in her throat. Her muscle spasms were so severe at one time that she suffered a shattered ribcage. 

The singer revealed her illness in 2022, and she was ultimately had to postpone her global tour as a result. Celine’s sister has also talked about her autoimmune disease, pointing out that it can occasionally render her completely immobile. 

She’s gradually returning to the spotlight, attending NHL games and even serving as a presenter at this year’s Grammy Awards.

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