Sharon Stone feels effects of brain damage after brain haemorrhage in 2001

Sharon Stone feels effects of brain damage after brain haemorrhage in 2001 Sharon Stone feels effects of brain damage after brain haemorrhage in 2001Actress Sharon Stone feels like her “entire DNA changed” after suffering a brain haemorrhage in the year 2001 and that she is still feeling the effects of brain damage.

“It almost feels like my entire DNA changed. My brain isn’t sitting where it used to, my body type changed, and even my food allergies are different,” Stone said.

The “Basic Instinct” actress, who once feared she would never be able to read or speak again, believes that the experience taught her a lot, reports femalefirst.co.uk.

“I became more emotionally intelligent. I chose to work very hard to open up other parts of my mind. Now I’m stronger. And I can be abrasively direct. That scares people, but I think that’s not my problem.

“It’s like, I have brain damage; you’ll just have to deal with it,” she told Harper’s Bazaar magazine.

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