Justin Bieber offers fresh update on his Ramsay Hunt Syndrome recovery process
D.during the summer of 2022, Justin Bieber’s life took a frightening turn after he posted a video that showed half of his face wasn’t responding. He revealed he suffers a condition known as Ramsay-Hunt Syndrome, which forced him to cancel his world tour at the time. Initial reports weren’t very encouraging as fears of his condition worsening kept mounting with time. Bieber was increasingly less social as he kept going to therapy that coule help him overcome the biggest obstacles from his condition. even wife hailey bieber appeared in several programs on television talking about the challenges the couple has faced since the diagnosis was made public.
A rare condition like this is often met with increasing difficulties but Justin Bieber appears to have found a lifeline that will have all his fans beaming with joy. In his Instagram account of him, the talented musician posted a video simply asking people to ‘wait for it’ as the camera made a slow-dramatic close-up. Picture the video above, where half of Justin’s face of him responded. He couldn’t move any of it at will and the video did weird out people who saw it. In this new video, we can all finally see Justin Bieber’s face from him respond as he smiles to the camera. Comments of relief were immediately posted by famous and unknown people alike.
Is Justin Bieber cured from Ransay Hunt Syndrome?
It is still too soon to tell how long Justin Bieber will take to fully heal from this condition but the medical community already revealed this is curable. A neurological disorder of this nature is curable faster if it is treated early. Judging on Justion Bieber’s update, it appears the singer will go back to his old self sooner rather than later. However, he is not out of the condition completely yet. No new dates of his canceled tour have been announced yet because Justin needs to recover at 100%. But as soon as the doctors give him the okay, Bieber and his team will announce those dates. For now, let’s all feel happy for his recovery from him. OK?