Graves Disease Symptoms
June 24, 2011 by staff
Graves Disease Symptoms, The reason for waiting six years for a new album from Missy Elliott was evident yesterday when the innovative rapper and producer revealed that suffers from Graves’ disease, which affects the autoimmune system and thyroid gland. Elliott told People magazine that the disease had become more simple, everyday tasks difficult. “I could not write because my nervous system was so bad – I could not even use a pencil,” he said.
Elliott, 39, was diagnosed with the disease three years ago. He realized he had a problem while driving, when he lost control of his muscles. “I was trying to put my foot on the brake, but my leg was jumping,” he said. “I could not hold the brake down and crashed near.”
Elliott came to experience other symptoms such as hair loss and mood swings. However, her condition improved after she underwent radiation therapy, and spent more time in the gym. “I have 30 kilos less because I’ve been exercising,” he said. “My thyroid is working, so I have not had to take the medication in about nine months. [But] to live with it for the rest of his life.”
And the new music coming. This winter, met with Timbaland, the producer, who made songs like Work It, Get Ur Freak On, Rain (Supa D*pa Fly)? In January, made an appearance in a song called Ur Timbaland Off clothing, and she says its long-promised seventh album – now called Bloc Party – it’s really in your way.
Elliott will discuss next album, and his struggle with Graves’ disease, in an episode of 29 June VH1 Behind the Music.
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