Longtime Keeping Up With the Kardashians fans are no stranger to Khloe Kardashian‘s constant migraine woes. The celeb has been struggling with sudden and painful migraines for several years now, and the reasons behind the sudden attacks are still a mystery to this day.
Because of the debilitating pain, Kardashian has had to postpone events to wait for it to subside, which, of course, is hard to do so being the mega-celebrity that she is.
Though we have seen her open up about her issues with her migraines in the past, Khloe Kardashian decided to get even more vulnerable about the issue, specifically, about how many tend to misunderstand just how disabling it can truly be.
Khloe Kardashian opens up about migraine struggles on Twitter
Page Six reports that Kardashian took to her Twitter to passionately educate many about the perils that come with her mysterious condition as well as vent about how annoying the misconceptions are. Check out the first tweet down below.
The vulnerable tweet was met with tons of love and appreciation for Khloe Kardashian, and fans decided to open up about their similar struggles as well.
One commenter told the American reality star about their experience and even gave the celeb some tips that could possibly aid in making the migraine disappear faster. Another commenter voiced how difficult it can be to have spontaneous migraine episodes as a mother-of-three, to which Kardashian lent her ear and praised her for being a “warrior of a mommy.”
But, in this moment of love and light, unfortunately, some proved Kardashian’s point completely.
In addition to the supportive comments and helpful advice, some believed that Kardashian’s constant phone activity was the reason for her migraines as the light emitted from one’s cell phone tends to put tons of strain on the eyes. These comments were rather dismissive to migraine sufferers, which, naturally, made Kardashian upset about how many quickly “diminish her pain” both on social media and in her professional life.
Hopefully, Khloe Kardashian’s business partners and social media trolls will show much more compassion about her struggles going forward. Until then, we hope that one day she and many others like her are free from these awful migraines.