TV profile Amalie Snolos (27) became known to Norwegians in 2017 when she participated in “The Farm”. Since then, he has been seen in shows like “Shall We Dance” and “Systemman Wood”.
In the fall of 2020 in the TV 2 series “Plip vs. Snolows (33) with comedian Stian Philip.
In the same year, Snolus revealed to “Good Evening Norway” that he was diagnosed with epilepsy shortly after attending “Skull We Dance” in 2018, which resulted in him being in the emergency room several times.
– Throwing it in the face was difficult at first, but very good. Because I could know and justify why I felt so heavy in my body, she said.
– A mixture of emotions
On several occasions, Snowlows has been open about the disease and all that it entails. Now she’s opening up more about the diagnosis on her own Instagram account.
The TV profile was a former top athlete and had a deep passion for football. He played in the first division and made his debut in the national team already at the age of 16 and trained up to 1,000 hours a year.
However, throughout her youth, she felt something was wrong with her body and in 2017 she “gave up” as a soccer player. The following year, she was in “Skull We Dance” – and that changed a lot for her.
“During SVD, I felt nauseous almost all the time, lost weight, and felt anxious about my health,” she writes on Instagram.
Snowlos eventually moved to a private hospital, where he was taken seriously. After a long investigation, she was diagnosed with the disease.
“It was a mix of emotions. I didn’t feel the joy or sadness associated with the diagnosis. I felt grateful that I finally had confirmation that there was something wrong with me. It was something I hadn’t imagined.”
– It’s amazing
And in the post, Snowlows writes that over time she didn’t know what was really wrong — and it had big consequences.
“Obviously I wish I had gotten it earlier. But it didn’t. It’s amazing how life changes, and in retrospect it’s easy to think: Why didn’t they figure it out earlier?”.
Finally, in the post, she now shares that she has been honored as an ambassador for the Epilepsy Society.
In addition, he assures his followers that despite the diagnosis, he still feels a strength and joy in his life.
Dagbladet was in contact with Amalie Snøløs, who had no comment on the matter.
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