Models who live with chronic diseases – Do you look at models and just think that they are the lucky ones who were just born perfect? Well think again! Models are just like us. Sure, they are super-duper attractive and make a lot of money for posing and wearing expensive clothes…but other than that, many fashion models could be our next-door neighbors! Case in point: these 20 Hottest Models Who Live with Chronic Diseases.
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Many of these people are breaking boundaries and challenging the long-held norms and beliefs that are attached to the modeling industry.
It truly is an inspiration to see these people changing the landscape of who can be a model. We have people here who have debilitating diseases, have overcome mental illnesses, and have accomplished so much for the marginalized groups of people that have just as much right to happiness as average folks. They span the United States, Australia, the United Kingdom and beyond. Their presence and accomplishments range from the past and segue into the future. We can’t wait to see how the modeling scene continues to change.
If you ever thought that you couldn’t be as flawless as a supermodel, think again. The truth is that no one is flawless, and our imperfections and struggles are what make us human!
15. Christy Turlington
Christy Turlington suffers from the lung disease Emphysema. While it is a chronic condition, there are many treatment solutions nowadays. Emphysema essentially happens when the airways of the lungs are obstructed in some manner. This makes breathing very difficult. So she doesn’t collapse on the runway, Turlington can take a medication and even use a range of therapies, such as pulmonary rehabilitation, maintaining a healthy diet, and receiving supplemental oxygen for particularly extreme difficulties with breathing. Who would’ve thought that one of Glamour’s Women of the Year would be suffering from such a serious disease? Turlington cites yoga and running as her main defenses.
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