Iman Aly posted a Selfie #blurfie, a trend that has been recently emerged on the social media to beat the disease named “Multiple Sclerosis” (MS). She posted a blurred selfie with a caption “IntezaarNaKaro” on the World MS Day on 30th May 2019. Since then a campaign named #blurfie has been started to increase awareness about this disease.
Be a part of the #Blurfie! All you need to do is follow the simple steps as shown in the video and you can be a part of this campaign that is to show your support to the people suffering from Multiple Sclerosis on World MS Day.
— LetsBeatMS (@LetsBeatMSPK) May 27, 2019
Multiple Sclerosis is a disease that impacts the central nervous system and in this way disables the spinal cord and brain. In MS, the immune system is the one who attacks the protective myelin sheath. This disease may prove deadly, if not treated well.
Celebrities all around the world have supported this idea of spreading awareness about this deadly disease by taking a blurfie. The symptoms of this disease vary from person to person and depend upon the area of nerve fibers, it has affected.
Multiple Sclerosis Symptoms and Iman Aly Struggle
These symptoms include:
- Blurred vision
- Complete or partial loss of vision, usually in one eye at a time
- Electric shock sensations with some neck movements
- Walking numbness
- Muscle weakness
- Sensations of tingling and numbness
Recently Iman Aly posted a blurred selfie on Instagram to tell the world that she has been fighting against MS. Iman Aly, the Deva and a Pakistani sensational actor recently tied a knot with “Babar Bhatti”, grandson of “Major Aziz Bhatti Shaheed”. After this, the Mah-e-Mir star became the center of attention in public.
In 2009, Iman Aly first disclosed that she is suffering from this deadly disease. In her recent Instagram post, she said that this disease has impaired her speech and movements. She opened up about the life of such a patient. Blurred vision is one of the main symptoms which appeared in the first place.
Show your support by posting a blurred selfie with hashtags #blurfie #LetsBeatMS