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Jessie J: what disease does the singer suffer from?

“When I woke up, I felt like I was completely deaf in my right ear,” Jessie J explained in a story posted on Instagram this Saturday, December 26. And for good reason, transported to the nearest hospital Thursday, December 24, thus spending an eventful Christmas Eve, the singer learned that she suffered from Ménière’s syndrome. Chronic disease affecting the inner ear (which ensures hearing but also balance), this pathology is characterized by recurrent attacks of vertigo, as explained by the American magazine People, these attacks being accompanied by tinnitus and dizziness. hearing loss. In most cases, only one ear has it, but some people may have symptoms in both ears.

The frequency of seizures is random. They are still becoming rarer over time. The same goes for their intensity, which decreases over the years. But what could have happened to Jessie J for Ménière’s syndrome to appear? The doubt is marble since the cause of this disease remains unknown. Her ear ailing, the interpreter of Bang Bang explained that she struggled to walk steadily. Despite this health glitch, the artist remains grateful, aware that her health could have been at its worst, especially in a period of a global pandemic. “It could be a lot worse, it is.”

Newly single Jessie J

In the meantime, there is no doubt that she will be able to receive the support (from a distance, Covid-19 obliges) from her relatives in this ordeal. Because, as a reminder, Jessie J is a heart to take following her break up with Channing Tatum. A new separation that she had confirmed with a funny and surprising message announcing her celibacy on Instagram. Reluctant to talk about her love life, she hadn’t said more.

His weakened health ©

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