Justin Bieber has shared a video of him grinning – an inconsequential gesture for most stars, but one that’s given the facial paralysis forced the singer to cancel his world tour It means a lot to him.
2 weeks ago, Canada canceled the remaining dates of his justice world tour After multiple postponements of the show while he was recovering from Ramsay Hunter Syndrome (RHS).
rare cases have completely paralyzed the right side of his face in June.
On Wednesday, he posted a story on Instagram showing him grinning, with smiles spreading from both sides of his face.
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This is in stark contrast to the video posted by Bieber Diagnosed with RHS last yearwhich indicated that the right side of his face could not move.
In that video, as he tries to smile, blink and move his face, one side remains still as he continues to speak.
At the time, a neurorehabilitation specialist told Sky News Bieber appears to have ‘fairly severe’ facial paralysis And can keep it “for a long time”.
RHS is a complication of the shingles virus that can occur in people who had chickenpox as a child.
The NHS said it was caused by a virus in the facial nerve.
Possible symptoms include blisters on the ears and palate, and facial weakness.
It can be treated with steroids, antiviral medications, and facial rehabilitation.
Fewer than half of patients have fully recovered, the NHS said.