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Celine Dion’s kids are deeply involved about her battle with stiff particular person syndrome.

The iconic singer of My Heart Will Go On fame has been grappling with the progressive situation often called stiff particular person syndrome (SPS) since December 2022, a truth she initially stored below wraps.

Now, the Canadian star is making ready to share her private wrestle within the much-anticipated documentary, I Am: Celine Dion.

It took two years after the revelation of her uncommon sickness for the 56-year-old songstress to publicly talk about the way it has affected her life.

In a poignant confession this week whereas selling her new documentary set to stream on Amazon Prime Video, Celine opened up additional.

In an interview with Sunrise, Celine revealed to reporter Mylee Hogan that her sons Nelson, Eddy, and Rene-Charles are haunted by the concern of dropping their mom to SPS.

Visibly moved in the course of the interview, she shared: “I don’t have my mum, I don’t have my dad.

“My youngsters are scared as a result of they misplaced their dad, and so they’re questioning if I’m going to die. I do not need to die, I do not need to lie.”

For the first time, she also delved into the onset of her health issues, stating: “I obtained scared. It will be life-threatening.”

Reflecting on the moment she began experiencing symptoms, she recounted the anxiety-inducing question: “What’s going to occur?”

Her latest revelations follow previous disclosures where Celine admitted to relying on dangerously high doses of medication to manage muscle spasms before her diagnosis was confirmed.

The singer originally revealed the terrifying reality of her condition in an interview with Today host Hoda Kotb.

The disorder causes progressive muscular stiffness and spasms that can affect various parts of the body.

“I didn’t know, actually, that it might kill me,” she confessed, referring to her previous reliance on diazepam, commonly known as Valium, to relax her “entire physique” for performances.

She admitted to taking up to 20 milligrams of Valium before a performance, only to find its effects wearing off by the time she reached backstage.

As her body grew accustomed to the medication, Celine found herself increasing the dosage to combat her symptoms, eventually reaching a staggering 90 milligrams a day – a potentially lethal amount.

However, during the pandemic, she managed to wean herself off the medications, particularly the more harmful ones, as they had stopped working.

Looking back, she expressed regret for not taking the time to “determine it out” as a substitute of pushing by performances, particularly in the course of the interval when her late husband, Rene Angelil, was battling throat most cancers. He sadly handed away in January 2016.

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