Lady Gaga irritated by people who do not believe that her fibromyalgia is real

Lady Gaga is angry at the fact that critics do not believe her fight against fibromyalgia is real.

Last year, the success creator of  Born This Way  publicly acknowledged the diagnosis, which can cause fatigue, severe muscle pain, memory problems and mood.

Gaga explains that her health is aggravated by other physical and mental problems she is struggling with, and she wants people to better understand their health problems and the difficulty they face.

“It bothers me so much people who do not believe that fibromyalgia is real , ” he told   the   magazine  Vogue  . “For me, and for many others, it’s really a cyclone of anxiety, depression, post-traumatic stress, trauma and panic disorder; All these factors cause a saturation of the nervous system and then a nervous pain. “

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“People need to be more compassionate,” he adds. “Chronic pain is not a joke. And every day we wake up without knowing how we’re going to feel. ” Chronic pain is not a joke. And every day we wake up without knowing how we’re going to feel, “says Lady Gaga.

In 2014, the singer revealed that she was raped as a teenager and explained that she had suffered a traumatic stress disorder as a result of trauma. In her interview with the fashion magazine, Gaga also explained how talking helped her recover.

“Nobody else knew,” she says. “It was almost like I was trying to erase it from my brain. And when it finally came out, it was like a big ugly monster. And you have to face the monster to heal. “

“For me, with my mental health problems, half of the fight at the beginning was feeling like I was lying around the world because I had a lot of pain, but nobody knew,” he adds. “That’s why I said I had post-traumatic stress disorder, because I do not want to hide, more than I ever had to.”

And he continues to describe the physical effects of the trauma he still has to deal with.

“I’m amazed. Or hindered, continues. “Do you know that feeling when you’re on a roller coaster and you’re about to descend a very steep slope? That fear and that drop in your stomach? My diaphragm is caught. Then I have trouble breathing and my whole body contracts. And I start crying.

“It’s what you feel every day for the victims of a trauma, and it’s … miserable. I always say that he has brain trauma. And it affects everything you do. “


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