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Marina opens up about health struggles: ‘It’s Been Hard to Remember What Healthy Feels Like’

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Marina Diamandis has shared insight into her ongoing health struggles and recent diagnosis of chronic fatigue syndrome.The pop star – who performs under the name Marina – took to social media to tell fans about her ongoing health battles, and detail the symptoms she has faced over the past seven years.She also revealed that she has been diagnosed with chronic fatigue syndrome in recent months, a long-term condition which leaves a person deprived of energy and unable to carry out everyday activities.In her post, shared to Instagram last week (July 12), the singer recalled having “symptoms like deep fatigue, numbness, tingling, brain fog, rashes, insomnia and a feeling of being ‘poisoned’” to fans, and said that she had struggled with the issues for so long that it has “been hard to remember what healthy feels like”.“My baseline energy has been at 50 – 60 per cent for a long time.

Aside from a few periods of remission, the last 7 years have consisted of relying on adrenaline and willpower to push me through each day,” she added.“After a lot of research, I now understand that these symptoms are a result of a hypersensitive nervous system, developed in response to chronic stress. ⁣My body has felt stuck in ‘fight or flight’ mode and there were many warning signs it gave me before the worst symptoms set in.”A post shared by MARINA (@marinadiamandis)She also revealed that her road to recovery started two months ago, after she suffered a flare-up which included “shooting pains and burning sensations all over my hands, legs, and back.”“I am feeling better today than I have in a long time.

My energy levels are around 65 – 70% most days and the dips I have are shorter,” she explained, proceeding to say that she has seen the.

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