Michael Vaughan Shared About His Struggle With Stress-Induced Illness

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The former captain of England Michael Vaughan recently shared his painful experience with a bad health condition that has affected him for the past nine months. He was suffering from an illness which is caused by stress and the result of the illness in the body Inflammation.

49-year-old Micheal Vaughen opened up about the challenges he faced due to this condition on social media. He said that this illness played a big impact on his daily life especially when he goes boxing, he find himself very weak when he found himself unable to even a microphone.

Michael Vaughan opened up about his problem and talked about the effects of stress on one’s physical well-being. He shared his story with the world about how he suffered and provided information about his health and what happened in the few past months.

Micheal Vaughan shared a post on Instagram in which he wrote “Today I have spoken out about the stress-related illness I have been fighting for 9 months. I really don’t want sympathy as I was very lucky to see a specialist early enough to get the right medication to help me … I just want to help people who don’t realise that stress can catch up with you without knowing it and if left alone it can be too late .. Medication has helped me hugely but also many of things I have brought into my life .. Ice baths, infrared, breathing sessions, raw Milk, hydrogen water & immune daily injections .. they all have helped in someway but the main thing is to always stay positive.

Micheal Vaughan shared on X in which he wrote “Today I have spoken out about the stress-related illness I have been fighting for 9 months. I really don’t want sympathy as I was very lucky to see a specialist early enough to get the right medication. If this helps one person it been worth it.”

Once he said “There were loads of times when I would not go out, because I was embarrassed. Even climbing in and out of a car was awful. I would try to walk over the road to Starbucks, and I would be hobbling. Somebody would ask if I was OK. ‘Fine’, I would reply. ‘Just a dodgy knee.’”

Micheal Vaughan urged “In the end, we are men, aren’t we? If we can do something tomorrow, we will do it tomorrow. But I’ve had a warning in my life, where my state got so bad, so quickly, that I had to go and see someone. Don’t ever think you can’t get treated for something or you can’t get through it. And if you do have the signs of some inflammatory disorder ‘go to your doctor as soon as possible.’” 

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