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Olivia Munn makes public that she suffers from fibromyalgia: ‘I was in pain but did not know what was wrong’

Olivia Munn has revealed that she suffers from fibromyalgia, a common disorder characterized by widespread pain in the muscles, joints and bones, accompanied by fatigue and sleep, memory and mood problems that are often caused by stress. The Hollywood actress has explained how this disease forever changed her lifestyle and well-being, when she was diagnosed two years ago. “For a long time I was in pain but I didn’t really know what was happening to me,” the 40-year-old interpreter confesses to People. Then, thanks to the help of a team of 5 doctors from the University of California (UCLA), Olivia was able to know exactly what she was facing and how she should deal with it from that moment on. “I had to change my daily routines significantly” when it comes to eating, he acknowledges. “I started eating gluten-free, dairy-free and sugar-free,” she details, since she was forced to “do without many things that I was used to and I really liked.” Olivia Munn turns the page after her relationship with Álex González and introduces her boyfriend SEE GALLERY In addition, the interpreter of films such as X-Men remembers how that diagnosis came at the least opportune moment, since she had an important professional commitment outside the US. “Imagine, I was confirmed to have this autoimmune disorder and the next day I was flying to Italy for a month-long shoot,” says Olivia Munn. He “thought it was all a joke” in bad taste since he had to radically change his diet immediately, and he had to do it now or he was in serious danger of becoming more ill. “My situation was clear: either I continued on the same path with the risk of getting worse, or I stopped now and began to take care of myself,” explains the actress, who reveals how the doctors told her that those were the two options she had on the table. “So I had no choice,” he adds. In this sense, one of the doctors gave Olivia “very interesting” advice, which was neither more nor less than “appreciating your food” because fibromyalgia is closely related to values ​​such as happiness or sadness. Elegant in a short transparent dress? Yes, like Olivia Munn in Cannes SEE GALLERY “You have to look at your intestinal health, but the important thing is that what you eat and drink you really enjoy, that will make a difference,” the doctors told the interpreter, the actor’s ex-partner Alex González. “All the research shows that, when you are happy, you create chemicals that are good for the whole body and also for the intestine. When you are not happy and you are doing or eating something that you do not like, you generate harmful substances,” they explained to Olivia, who admits that those words were “very shocking to me.” Since then, the protagonist of series like The Newsroom affirms that she always eats healthy, drinks three liters of water a day, does a lot of exercise, measures her blood pressure and strictly complies with all the medical recommendations to feel good, because in the end and after all, “that’s what’s really important,” he concludes. Olivia Munn, the best guide to take advantage of your curves

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