Through social networks, Thalia revealed that she was diagnosed with dysgeusia, the singer was honest with her audience and even asked those who have this same condition for help and can cope with it in the best way. “I am traumatized, They have just confirmed that I have dysgeusia“said the visibly affected actress.
“It is an alteration of taste with a constant taste of salt, of metal 24/7 and I can’t stop feeling it. What I do?”
The interpreter of “You did not teach me”also shared what he has done to reduce symptoms that it presents and be able to lead a normal life. However, he confessed that she feels desperatesince the doctors assured him that he could suffer from the disorder for years.
“One of the few things that helps me is drinking water with lemon, things with vinegar, eating things with a lot of salt, but It’s strange because the sense of smell is perfect.I can smell everything, when I eat, everything tastes to me,” he said.
“But after I stop eating, I have this constant taste in my mouth. This started for me at the end of last year.”
Frustrated, Thalía apologized to her fans and declared that she already had a good time with dysgeusia but had not made it public because I thought it would happen soon. Despite the diagnosis that indicates that it may take months to improve, or it may be longer.
Dysgeusia is a disorder that alters the sense of taste manifesting itself as a distorted or unpleasant taste perception that persists on the tongue. Often, people affected by this condition report metallic or bitter tastes without there being a food source that can cause them.
The condition can be attributed to physiological changes in the body, oral diseases or infections, dental problems, use of certain medications, nutritional deficiencies, exposure to chemicals, and medical conditions such as diabetes, kidney disease, cancer treatments, ear surgeries. , nose or throat, head injuries or neurological disorders.
About the treatment and cure for dysgeusia, it will depend entirely on what is causing the taste condition. However, some people have managed to regain their sense of taste without any treatment.