Malin Berghagen (57 years old) was born into one of Sweden's largest celebrity families. Mom was the late Barbro “Lil-Babs” Svensson, while Dad was famed artist Lasse Berghagen — who died last fall. She herself has become a famous influencer who writes about health and lifestyle. She has a permanent blog in the magazine good.
After her father's death, Malin went through a difficult time, and now she is opening up about her health problems.
– I started experiencing loss of vision for a few seconds several times during the day. Suddenly I felt like I was moving sideways for seconds, she says in her blog.
In mid-October of last year, news broke that Lacey Berghagen had died. He lived to be 79 years old and died after a heart operation with complications. Her father's death was difficult for Malin. after Funeral She took a break from her blog.
Malin has now started updating herself again, sharing the challenges her health has faced following her father's death.
– It has been a month since I called 112. I started experiencing loss of vision for a few seconds several times during the day. Suddenly I felt like I was moving sideways for a few seconds. Adrenaline and panic spread through the body. Was I about to have a seizure or was something else wrong? she asks.
Malin went to the emergency room and was met by a doctor who took his time.
– When he finished the exam, he said: I think your children should go out for a while. Then I feel afraid. Is it that dangerous?
Then the doctor sits next to Malin.
-He may be my son's age, but his whole aura is like a wise old doctor. Malin says. “I know you've been through a lot over the past few months. There's been hard feelings and sadness. So… how are you—really?”
Malin held back her tears, but she barely managed.
-I know I paid attention to everything and everyone this fall. Be a strong and confident daughter, sister, mother and stepdaughter. I did what helped me many times through different difficult situations, and I took each day one at a time, she explained.
The doctor gave her good advice and a sick note.
-I spent a month where I barely touched my mobile phone. The accountant took care of business, and the girls managed my social media. Panic fear gradually disappeared from the body. My promise to myself now is that I will feel what is in my soul, and always make sure I get proper rest, says Malin, who no longer notices anything about the visual disturbances that frightened her so much.
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