Desiree Jennings

July 24, 2010 by Post Team 

Desiree JenningsDesiree Jennings, Desiree Jennings lived dream come true. 25-year-old was a marketing job at a large company, was married to a beautiful, successful people, and that is a complicated hobby: he was anxious and batons second ambassador of the football team the Washington Redskins.
But Jennings was almost immediately out of the picture of happiness and health, twisted, stuttering vision pain and suffering.

After the usual influenza in the autumn of last year, Jennings said she began to experience fever and painful body aches. The symptoms rapidly progressed until she could walk only with braided termination step, and it was difficult to read, making simple math – even to remember things. His condition of ending his life once wild.

“I want to work, I want to do something,” he said. “But who will hire someone who can not remember what they did yesterday?”

Jennings developed another symptom of the strange – strange accent, the woman rang Midwest British. “It sounds like an accent, but it is not. I can not say anything more,” he said.

But perhaps the worst thing that happens when Jennings was trying to recall specific memories. In its “20/20? Interview, speech, stuttering gave Jennings, is complete nonsense.

“The mind is bouncing and not stand for that memory,” he said. “It gets garbled up in a bad hard disk, so to speak.”

In seeking treatment, and her husband Brendan Jennings visited countless doctors and four hospitals, including Johns Hopkins Hospital. There, a physiotherapist, said Jennings, dystonia, a rare disease that causes muscles spasms or seizures by force. Symptoms similar to yours.

Jennings looked online and saw that in some cases, people with dystonia who have problems to go along, as it can go in the opposite direction. Even more impressive, the site dedicated Jogger doctor says, some patients can be started.

“Within five minutes to see on the website in their shoes,” recalled Brendan.

Miraculously, Jennings can run. He also discovered that he could come back, and sideways, even, and that while she was his speech returned to normal life.

“This is a strange thing,” he said. “As soon as you try to enter the labor movement, the whole body feels fix itself.”

It was not long before Jennings became an overnight sensation. Videos beautiful girl support group, splashing and stuttering in some specific work and speak normally, went viral. At one point, became a living movement against the vaccine and the global Internet joke. YouTube Comic received millions of hits to set their convulsive movements in rap music.

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