c994d02922b4f232d0dcff70499775a7084fa52a Celine Dion postpones her concert dates after disclosing an enduring medical condition
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Celine Dion postpones her concert dates after disclosing an enduring medical condition


Indicating that she has "stiff person syndrome," Celine Dion reveals her illness and cancels her entire tour. Due to an autoimmune disease that causes the involuntary contraction of the muscles and that would be preventing them from singing.

After learning that she had "stiff person syndrome," an autoimmune condition that only affects one person in a million and inhibits muscle movements, Canadian singer Celine Dion has announced the postponement or cancellation of all of her scheduled shows in 2023. Spasmodic that are affecting, where appropriate, also the vocal cords. The musician has posted about this issue on her social media platforms. Since she was forced to postpone her "Courage Tour" in 2019 because of the pandemic, Dion has had very little opportunity to perform. She attempted to make her return effective, but her physical condition prevented her from doing so.

The artist put on hold a part of the 2019 tour in January and has once again moved the dates to March 2024. The symptoms of stiff person syndrome include periods of stiffness and muscle spasms in the arms, legs, and trunk. This condition is frequently brought on by an increase in sensitivity to touch, noise, and startle responses. The syndrome might cause individuals to adopt strange postures. More women than men are impacted by the disease.

According to the Center for Rare Disease Research, it is thought to be an autoimmune disease in which the immune system affects its own central nervous system (brain and spinal cord). It frequently occurs in conjunction with autoimmune conditions such diabetes, thyroiditis, vitiligo, and pernicious anaemia. A blood test can be used to determine the levels of glutamic acid decarboxylase (GAD), which are high in stiff person syndrome. 

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