Expert says Justin Bieber’s ‘severe’ facial paralysis could cause ‘lasting’ damage

Oxford Brookes University professor Derick Wade has suggested that Justin Bieber’s ‘severe’ facial loss of movement could be ‘long-lasting’ following his sudden diagnosis

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Justin Bieber updates fans amid ‘serious’ health threats

Justin Bieber appears to have suffered a ‘fairly severe loss of movement’ in his face and may be ‘long-term’ paralyzed, a neurologist has said.

The Boyfriend hitmaker, 28, announced on Friday that he has been diagnosed with Ramsay Hunt Syndrome, which left his face ‘completely paralyzed’ on one side after a rare virus attacked the nerves nerves in his ears.

After sharing a shocking health update, the male singer has returned to Instagram to amass his huge following.

“It’s getting harder and harder to eat, which makes me extremely frustrated.

“Please pray for me,” he added.







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An expert says Justin has ‘quite severe loss of movement’ in his face and could be ‘long-term’ paralyzed
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Justin’s Ramsay Hunt syndrome has left him completely paralyzed on the right side of his face and due to his sudden condition, the singer has had to cancel upcoming tours.

Following Justin’s diagnosis announcement, an expert in neurological rehabilitation at Oxford Brookes University suggested that the pop star could suffer ‘long-term’ effects from the condition.

According to Professor Derick Wade, although most people make a full recovery, Justin appears to be suffering from a ‘severe case of the virus’.

“I noticed that there weren’t any moments, so it was a pretty serious loss,” he said Sky News.







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“How well will it recover? He told you the answer to that.”

Speaking to his Instagram fans on Friday, Justin said his diagnosis felt ‘serious’ as he pleaded with his followers to let him pray.

“It was this virus that attacked the nerve in my ear and my facial nerve and made my face numb,” the 28-year-old said.

“As you can see, this eye does not blink. I can’t smile on this face. This nostril won’t move, so this side of me is completely paralyzed.

“It’s pretty serious, I wish this weren’t so but obviously, my body told me I had to slow down,”







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“We don’t know how long it will take but it will be fine,” he added.

In the video, Justin tries to smile, blink and move his face but one side stays still as he continues to speak.

“So for those of you who are frustrated by my cancellation of the next shows, I am just physically, obviously unable to do them. This is pretty serious as you can see. I wish this wasn’t the case but my body is clearly telling me I have to slow down.

“I hope you understand and I will use this time to rest, relax and get back 100% to be able to do what I was born to do. But in the meantime, that’s not the case. ”

Since revealing his diagnosis, Bieber has received adoration for his honesty from celebrity friends including DJ Khaled, Romeo Beckham and his wife Hailey Bieber, who wrote: “Darling. me.”

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