Tuesday, May 3, 2022

Model Hailey Bieber for the first time spoke about her condition after experiencing a micro stroke - yuetu.info


American model Hailey Bieber for the first time spoke about her condition after experiencing a micro stroke. She spoke about this topic in a video on her own YouTube channel.

Recall that Hayley became ill at breakfast, and later it turned out that she had a stroke. In the hospital, Bieber’s wife was diagnosed with a blood clot. The star continues to recover from the operation.

The 25-year-old fashion model Hailey Bieber admitted that on March 10, 2022, she felt a “strange sensation” in her right hand, namely, the tips of her fingers were numb. According to the model, when her husband, singer Justin Bieber asked about her condition, she realized that she could not speak. “The right side of my face began to droop, and I couldn’t utter a word. I immediately thought that I had a stroke,” the American explained.

Justin Bieber admitted that her husband reacted quickly and immediately called an ambulance. The model spent the whole night in the clinic and passed the tests. Tests showed that she suffered a transistorized ischemic attack, which is also called a micro stroke. In the video, Bieber’s wife noted that during the examinations, doctors found an “open window” in her heart – a hole in the interatrial septum, which usually closes in a person after birth. However, in the case of the model, this did not happen, which led to a stroke. In addition, taking contraceptives without a doctor’s supervision, frequent flights, and the coronavirus aggravated the patient’s condition.

Ultimately, doctors ordered Hailey to have surgery. “Everything went very smoothly. Finally, I feel relieved that we were able to figure it all out, and now I can live my life to the fullest,” admitted the heroine of the material at the end of the video.

Earlier in April, scientists named useful foods for the prevention of heart disease. They found that leafy lettuce, kale, and spinach reduced the risk of stroke and coronary heart disease.

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