Justin Bieber smiles again after being diagnosed with Ramsay Hunt syndrome

On Instagram he said that he has partially regained facial mobility after the facial paralysis which also forced him to cancel his 2023 Justice World Tour

by Lorenzo Ciotti
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Justin Bieber smiles again after being diagnosed with Ramsay Hunt syndrome

Justin Bieber smiles back after Ramsay Hunt Syndrome diagnosis! On Instagram he said that he has partially regained facial mobility after the facial paralysis which also forced him to cancel his 2023 Justice World Tour. Bieber showed himself in a video making some facial movements and at the end he gives a beautiful smile.

"Wait for it," wrote the pop star without adding further details about his health. The Justin World Tour was deleted, for the moment. the 75 scheduled stops were supposed to kick off in March 2020, but had been postponed by almost two years due to the pandemic.

In February 2022 Justin had then tested positive for Covid and had been forced to postpone a date in Las Vegas. Then the disease arrived and it was one postponement after another. Until the definitive cancellation of the 2023 world tour.

Justin Bieber smiles again after being diagnosed with Ramsay Hunt syndrome

Bieber had shown in early June 2022 how the Syndrome that causes Ramsay Hunt syndrome had blocked the facial muscles of half of his face: "It is a form of virus that attacks the ear and facial nerves and which has caused paralysis.

As you can see my eye won't close, I can't smile from this side. Justin Bieber has been diagnosed with Ramsay Hunt Syndrome. It is a neurological pathology derived from the often serious consequences of the Herpes Zoster virus infection which affects about 20,000 people every year.

This virus paralyzes the nerves in the face and blisters the outer and inner ears, near the nose and mouth. It has never been clarified how Justin Bieber got sick, it was he directly on social media who announced that he had this syndrome.

However, the cause of Ramsay Hunt syndrome is in the vast majority of cases attributable to the chickenpox virus which, even if cured, can remain latent and reactivate years later, manifesting as herpes zoster and Ramsay Hunt syndrome.

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