In addition to being a very great singer, with the most powerful voice, Adele, for whom a bubble of 400,000 euros had been installed in order to preserve her vocal cords, is a strong woman. Indeed, the 34-year-old artist is fighting in the shadows with major health problems, in the back, which also have repercussions on the state of his legs. Although she does not show anything on stage, Adele, who had confided her desire for children, has suffered a lot, and this since her adolescence. It has therefore been years since the interpreter of Easy on me has had to live with these serious physical problems.
It was very recently, during one of her shows “Weekends with Adele”, that the young woman, transformed since her weight loss, confided in her audience, with an open heart. She decided to discuss her health issues with them, and to be completely transparent about the state she was in physically, when she spoke. The singer surprised everyone.
Adele “I have really bad sciatica in my leg”
The singer indeed explained that she was performing while she had a disintegrated disc in her back: “Does anyone else my age start to have pain in their knees? I I have really bad sciatica in my left leg and my L5 disc is gone. It’s worn out,” she said, as reported by The Evening Standard.
The Cleveland Clinic explained that the nerves in the L5 vertebra provide sensation to the outer side of your lower leg, the top of your foot, and the space between your first and second toes. According to the Mayo Clinic Health System, a compressed L5 vertebral nerve leads to sciatica, which itself can cause physical pain, numbness, and weakness. Unfortunately for Adele, she has suffered from these back problems since her adolescence, more precisely since she was 15 years old. She had thus confided that she had had back pain for almost half of her life, that it worsened in times of stress or when she had bad posture while sitting. However, she noticed that it improved when she exercised regularly. We wish him a lot of courage.
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