Australian singer Sia suffering from Neuroloigcal disorder Ehlers Danlos Syndrome
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Sia Furler Australian singer shared a post on Twitter. She shares some personal information. The singer tweeted that she is suffering from a neurological disorder and chronic pain.

Sia is suffering from Ehlers Danlos syndrome. This is a disease which affects fibrous tissue supporting the skin, blood vessels,  bones, and many other organ & tissues. Deficiencies in the supporting tissue trigger symptoms of this condition, which range from slightly loose connections to life-threatening difficulties. Many people with the disease have soft delicate skin, and bruise and wound easily.

The singer tweeted: “I just want to say to those who hurt from pain, whether the discomfort is related to body or any psychological discomfort. I love you continue what you are doing. Pain is disheartening, and you’re not alone.”

According to the National Institute of Health (NIH), people who suffer from this disorder when having wounds it leaves scars that grow over time. At least 1 in 5000 suffering from this illness worldwide.

Sia Furler is a singer, songwriter & music director. She began her profession as a singer in ‘Acid Jazz band Crisp’ in the mid-1990s in Adelaide. She discharges her first album titled ‘OnlySee’ in Australia.