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On “Running Wild with Bear Grylls,” Florence Pugh revealed she had tracheomalacia

During the current episode of Running Wild with Bear Grylls, English actress Florence Pugh revealed that she suffers from tracheomalacia, a rare respiratory condition. In the August 15 segment of the show, the 26-year-old singer stated that her doctor recommended that her family emigrate from humid England to pleasant Spain.

“We were in Spain because I have asthma and tracheomalacia, and when I was younger I was told that a hotter environment would be healthier.” I have asthma and tracheomalacia. That’s why I have had a peculiar respiratory system since I was very young.”

According to the Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia, tracheomalacia involves:

“Since the cartilage of the windpipe or trachea did not develop properly or was destroyed, the tracheal walls are flaccid rather than rigid. The cartilage cannot maintain the open position of the trachea, making it difficult to breathe, especially during exhalation (exhalation). Sometimes, pressure from neighboring blood vessels can cause the trachea to collapse.”

However, the Black Widow actress reported that her health has improved over time. Unless I’m sick, it doesn’t bother me as much as it did when I was younger.

Florence Pugh embarked on a 48-hour adventure with Bear Grylls that began by jumping out of a helicopter and traversing the volcanic jungles of Costa Rica.

Florence Pugh has explored tracheomalacia before.

In July 2020, she spoke with Sue Perkins about her experience with tracheomalacia during the coronavirus pandemic on her podcast.

She said,

“When I was a newborn, I had this respiratory condition, so my mother had to continually be alert for new infections and diseases that could harm me.”

She went on to claim that her mother had urged her to travel to Los Angeles to avoid contracting the new coronavirus. Pugh informed the writer that her illness has improved over time, as she no longer gets sick as frequently as she did when she was a child.

Although she overcame the initial diagnosis of her illness, the Little Women actress stated in an interview with Vogue in 2020 that she still had a “scary cough.”

Florence Pugh made her acting debut alongside Maisie Williams, Maxine Peake, Greta Scacchi, Hannah Rose Caton, Anna Burnett and Lauren McCrossin in Carol Morley’s 2014 film The Falling.

Later in her career, she appeared in numerous television shows and films, including Studio City, Marcella, The Commuter, Malevolent, The Little Drummer Girl, Midsommar, Acting for a Cause, Black Widow, and Hawkeye, among others.

According to his IMDb website, he will appear in the upcoming films Puss in Boots, Don’t Worry Darling, A Good Person, The Wonder, Oppenheimer, Dune: Part 2, and The Maid.

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