Sia Discloses Her Diagnosis Of A "Demoralizing" Chronic Pain Disease & Comforts Other Sufferers

Date October 11, 2019

Sia is known as one of the most introverted artists. Despite having millions of fans all over the world, she shies away from her massive fame. As the interpretation goes, the singer hides her face with a wig to maintain privacy.

However, it doesn't mean she's failed to connect with her admirers. Sia openly shares her woes with them and proves she's just a human who actively fights her demons.

The sensation songster first emerged as a solo-artist in 2014 with the release of her album, 1000 forms of fear. It was debuted at No 1 in the U.S. Billboard 200. Her song, Chandelier was added in the top-ten singles list. Sia also directed a trilogy of music videos starring a child dancer, Maddie Ziegler that immediately became her signature.

Her heartbreaking diagnosis

When it comes to Sia, no one can get intel about her unless she offers it herself. On Friday, October 4, she reached to her followers on Twitter. The hitmaker revealed she's suffering from a chronic pain disease called Ehlers-Danlos syndrome. This neurological disorder affects 1 in 5000 people. So, it's very common than we think.

In her tweet, she also sympathized with people who are dealing with any kind of a pain in their life. Whether it's emotional or physical, Sia feels for them. She encouraged everyone to keep going when life gets tough. The Cheap Thrills singer's comforting words meant we're in this together.

Fans sent her lots of love and support

We appreciate Sia for talking about the hideous plight. So many of us are living with pain that we've gotten used to deem it as a normal. Share this and contribute to lessening the ache.