This has been a long time coming vega he spoke first your health problems. Now the singer shows the effects that can have on your body, even in the most unexpected situations. The Chronic Hemiplegic Migraine sometimes he wants to be more of a leader than himself, even in full concert.
Almost two years after Vega first opened up about her health problems. In November 2021, the bipolar singer published a song, included in the album Mirlo Blanco (2022), which he presented on Instagram with a post talking about his diagnosis.
“I am bipolar. True, not more royal. Precognition Not from that bipolar, which we sometimes throw at someone for an insult of convenience. The days of my whole life are filled with confusion. “Morning shouting for no apparent reason and sitting laughing in the same way”, he wrote in a publication (now deleted), in which he also explained the details of his clinical diagnosis: PAS (sensitive) endowed with IQ, bipolar and . chronic hemiplegic migraine.
He revealed the effects of the latter in a new post published on Instagram, in which he shows how it can affect him in his days. Just don’t labor pains, other consequences.
“I see a certain photograph. I see paralysis on my left side. The agony does not go away immediately, the arm goes numb, dystonia in the hands… and suddenly I remember the faces of those who were before me in Granada. I forget the pain, I forget the recent memory of signing hiding my immobile leg, the lamps like strobe lights sticking in my eyes, the block in the hotel with Laura Gómez (it’s more fun to see two colleagues laughing at each other with a bad drink than to show me dragging the poor thing to reach the elevator with dignity )”, the artist wrote when sharing a close-up photo of himself.
“Chronic Hemiplegic Migraine, who sometimes wants to be more of a protagonist than me, even on stage. 10 years after the first and this is today“, said Vega, who confirms that he carries his diagnosis with a smile, because this way “it makes everything more bearable”.
“When you go to someone’s concert, they enjoy every minute. Those who make you feel on stage and put the words to your passage are people (some better, some worse, but all people). That’s why the team outside and inside the tables is crucial for us. See you tomorrow. All concerts may be last. That should not be reported. It is called life, he wrote.