Singer Jesse J.The singer announced on Instagram Live over the weekend that hearing and balance problems are caused by a syndrome that affects the inner ear
She said she struggled to hear from her right ear.
“I woke up and felt completely deaf in my right ear, and I couldn’t walk in a straight line,” Jesse Jay explained the symptoms she was experiencing. “Basically, I was told that I had Mounir syndrome.”
Singer “Bang Bang”, 32, continued, adding: “I know a lot of people are suffering from this and a lot of people have called me and gave me great advice, so I was in low silence.”
Mounir’s disease can occur at any age, but it usually appears in young and middle-aged people and is “a disorder in the inner ear that can lead to episodes of vertigo (vertigo) and hearing loss,” according to Mayo Clinic. “In most cases, Mounir’s disease affects only one ear.”
Although Ménière’s disease is considered a chronic disease, various treatments can alleviate symptoms and reduce the long-term effects on daily life.
After her discovery and subsequent quest for answers, the pop star told her fans that she was “much better”, especially now that she was put on “the right medication”.
The British actress didn’t think about this setback and told her fans not to worry as it could be worse.
She said “That’s what it is.” “I am so grateful for my health. You caused my injury. On Christmas Eve I was in the ear hospital,” What is going on? “But I’m grateful that I went early and came to what was really fast.”
Jesse said she’s starting to feel comfortable singing despite her diagnosis and added that she’s “not really good at singing out loud yet, but I miss singing so much.”
Later, she detailed her symptoms and said that she “has no absolute focus, and my ear looks like someone crawled in and turned on the hairdryer.”