Britney Spears Reveals About Her Nerve Damage, Tells Dancing Lessens Her Pain

Britney Spears On Her Health
Pop icon Britney Spears shared one of her dance videos on social media in which she disclosed about her health problems as well. Spears informed her fans and followers on her Instagram page that she has nerve damage on the right side of her body.

Toxic hitmaker admitted that there is no cure for her nerve damage and that the pain and numbness have hindered with her ability to sleep. Meanwhile, she also discovered that dancing can assist with some of the symptoms and pain.

Britney Spears On Her Health

Spears revealed on Instagram that she has irreversible nerve damage on the right side of her body. The artist revealed her physical status while posting a dancing video. She admitted that her sleep has been impacted by the nerve damage, but dancing has helped to lessen the agony.

Toxic singer wrote,

“I’m dancing in time now Victoria. Yes, nerve damage on the right side of my body, there’s no cure except God I guess nerve damage is caused sometimes when you don’t get enough oxygen to your brain your brain literally shuts down. Nerve damage causes parts of your body to go numb.”

The singer revealed that she experiences complete hand numbness three times per week, when she wakes up in bed. “My nerves are little, and it feels like pins and needles from my right side of my body up to my neck, and the part that hurts the worst is my temple on my head… it stings and it’s scary,” she admitted.

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She added, “The last 3 years since I got out of that place I’ve been in a mild unconscious state. I couldn’t face it.” By ‘that place’ it appears Spears referred to the medical facility she was put into against her will in 2019.

She further said, “It’s funny though when I dance I don’t feel the pain. It’s like my mind literally goes to a place of my inner child. And although I don’t move like I use to, I truly believe my faith in it gave me strength, by the grace of God I finally found a medication where I actually feel oxygen going to my brain and through my neck, my eyes are more open now and I can hold my head up correctly. I’ve done a good job trying to pull it off. Either way, I’m getting a lot better, I can breathe I feel smarter because well, Jesus I can breathe now.”