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Lady Gaga cancels participation in Rock in Rio due to chronic pain

Lady Gaga cancels participation in Rock in Rio due to chronic pain

All care is little when it comes to our health and well-being. Earlier this week singer Lady Gaga, 31, shared on Twitter that she has been struggling with a chronic pain problem related to a condition in the hips, this condition is called fibromyalgia.

However, a recent news caught everyone by surprise . The singer has just canceled her participation in the opening of Rock In Rio this Friday (15), she would be the main attraction of the first day of the festival. For this reason, the Maroon 5 band, which was due to perform on the 16th (Saturday), will make another presentation tomorrow.

Last week, when releasing their documentary, "Gaga 5'2", at the Film Festival of Toronto, Lady Gaga had already informed that she would need to spend time away from music due to fibromyalgia.

"Brazil, I'm devastated that I'm not well enough to go to Rock in Rio. I would do anything for you, but I have to take care of myself. I'm asking for your kindness and understanding, and I promise I'll come back and sing to you soon, "Gaga commented on Twitter.

What is Fibromyalgia?

Fibromyalgia is a common syndrome in which person feels pain all over the body for long periods, with tenderness in the joints, muscles, tendons and other soft tissues. The disease is also directly linked to fatigue, sleep disorders, headaches, depression and anxiety.

Fibromyalgia treatment is most effective when drugs and non-medicated care are combined. The focus is on avoiding physical disability, minimizing symptoms and improving overall health.


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