Ashton Kutcher desperately sought to revive his mind after losing his vision when he was diagnosed with an auto-induced illness. The 44-year-old star battled an auto-entry disease in 2019 which left him unable to see, hear or walk and explained that he just woke up one day with an array of problems, reports onlinefirst.co.uk.
He said: I woke up one day and had difficulty seeing things, could hardly see. Turn the ear off my balance and I couldn’t walk. I had my vasculitis, which you’ve already made very aware of. There is a common standard in his life, like that ability to see clearly. And then suddenly, you can’t see, like you’ve got this occlusion and you can’t see. Why aren’t you talking louder because I can’t hear him? You want to recover the health you once had!
The Dude, Wheres My Car? actor, who finished a marathon last month in New York, said that he has become conscious of life since he has full recovery.
When I spoke on the premiere episode of Paramount+s new health series The Check-up With Dr. David Agus, he added: “There’s a lot of mental things I have that makes me want to get back to the hospital. I couldn’t walk, and I was like, wait a minute, so if I can go from being able to run a marathon to running in three years, then I can allow it to become part of the past and get back. I am good.
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