Christina Applegate shares some terrifying news about her daughter’s health…

Christina Applegate has expressed her regret at her daughter’s neurological diagnosis of Postural Orthostatic Tachycardia Syndrome.

PoTS is a disorder that results in an abnormally elevated heart rate when standing or even sitting up. A dysfunction in the body’s neurological system causes it.

It produces a variety of symptoms, such as exhaustion, palpitations, and dizziness.

While symptoms may not have a significant impact on a person’s quality of life, for others, they may be quite severe.

13-year-old Sadie Grace LeNoble discussed the illness in an interview with her well-known mother on the podcast MeSsy.

She added, “I have a condition called POTS.” “I’m not really sure what affects my heart, but it has to do with the autonomic nervous system.” “I feel like I’m going to pass out when I get up because my legs get weak and I get dizzy.”
Sadie may, in the worst case scenario, pass out or go unconscious.

“On really bad days, when it’s really hot outside,” she said.

“I would visit the nurse several times a day in sixth grade last year because I was constantly afraid I might pass out.

“I would say, ‘I have to go to the nurse,’ if I were to stand up in class. I’m not capable of doing this. Alternatively, I could say, “I need to visit the nurse” during my physical education class.

Sadie clarified that, at first, her school believed she was lying to avoid having to participate in physical education. She said, “They said, ‘You’re doing this to get out of class. Most likely, it’s just anxiety. Return to class. They refused to take any action.

Their inaction clearly caused physical and emotional harm to me.

I thought, “This is disrespectful; I feel sick, and you’re telling me to go to PE and run laps around the football field.” That’s not something I can accomplish.”
Christina, star of Dead To Me, said she feels “so bad” for not realizing how much her daughter is going through.

“Baby, I just didn’t see it at home. You were alright at home. But it resembles us somewhat,” she remarked. “We get out into the world, and the stresses and anxiety of the world make our symptoms much worse than they would be if we were in the safety and coolness of our own homes.” “And I really apologize, Sadie Grace.”

Multiple sclerosis (MS) is a neurological illness that affects the brain and spinal cord. Christina herself has it. It may cause a variety of symptoms, such as problems with vision, balance, sensation, and mobility.

Sadie clarified that having PoTS had improved her understanding of her mother’s illness.

“I feel like if I didn’t have this thing, it would be a lot harder to understand what my mom’s going through,” she stated.

For example, when my mother says, ‘Oh, I’m hurting a little right now, I’m shaking; that’s right. I think I would say, “Don’t really care,” if I didn’t have this. I’m not sure what you’re discussing.”