Talk about “coming out”. Lady Gaga announced she had to enter a hospital and cancel a number of future engagements due to severe body pain and fatigue that has been diagnosed as Fibromyalgia. She was very positive but she had no time schedule as to when she might be able to return to a regular schedule of work. If you have Fibromyalgia or know of someone who has this disease you know that this debilitating condition can literally change your life’s ability to function in a normal fashion.
Hopefully, Lady Gaga will not be just drugged up to be able to perform. I’ve already had some patients and marketing individuals try to send her information on my almost 30 years of working with Fibromyalgia patients. This just goes to prove that whoever you are if you are genetically tagged for Fibromyalgia it can be triggered by any physical, emotional, or chemical stress. As a high intense performer, I’m sure Lady Gaga has had many stressful moments. Regardless of an individual’s position, we should all be praying for Lady Gaga’s health.
A number of years ago an individual in the entertainment business told me that he knew of a number of performers that had Fibromyalgia but were afraid to “come out” because even years ago this condition meant that their ability to work, be on time, remember their lines or just be functional was compromised by their Fibromyalgia condition. If you are a performer and you are causing production to lag due to your illness that’s causing a money loss for the investors you might be labeled as not reliable. That could mean the end of your career. For many of you who are suffering from Fibromyalgia, it has already meant the loss of your job, spouse, and a normally functioning life that you once knew.
In almost 30 years working with Fibromyalgia patients, I have had almost every manner of individual including rich, poor, famous, females, males, and children and the common thread is the loss of the life they once knew. Do not give up hope. We have successfully helped those who have followed our protocol. Getting back to the life you once knew is what we help you achieve.
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