Sympathy for the health of the members of the Rolling Stones continued to flow. Brain surgery and cancer health challenges they face due to drug abuse.
Mick Jagger was aged 69 and the Rolling Stones celebrate their 50th birthday this year. Decade raises fears of health for nearly every member, so the release everydayhealth. Keith Richards
After decades of using substance abuse, Keith Richards might be lucky to be alive. He is survived heroin addiction and cocaine, marijuana and alcohol use, and smoking became his trademark.
Richards has not been completely immune to the problems of health and medical accidents in recent years. Fear
is the most serious in 2006, when he had to undergo surgery to remove a
blood clot on the brain surface (due to falling from a tree while
vacationing in Fiji).
In 1998, Richards suffered a broken rib and lung leak after bookshelf in his home in Connecticut to collapse. More recently, Richards underwent laser eye surgery last December to repair a deteriorating eyesight. Charlie Watts
Charlie Watts admitted to using alcohol and drugs, especially in the mid-1980s. He said the issue of substance abuse, including heroin. At age 63, Watts was diagnosed throat cancer after finding a lump in her neck. Treatment involves removal of the lymph nodes, and radiotherapy. Ron Wood
The youngest member of the Rolling Stones guitarist Ron Wood, 65, has struggled with alcoholism for decades. He went into rehab eight times over the years and the last in 2010.
Her greatest fear occurred in 1990, when he broke both his legs in a car accident outside of London. After
the accident, Wood told the Associated Press, "As part of the
treatment, the doctor gave me a bit of alcohol, so it would not be so
bad." Bill Wyman
bassist Bill Wyman, 75, officially retired from the Stones in 1992, he
remains a major figure in any discussion of the band. After
55 years as a heavy smoker, Wyman finally quit smoking in 2009, when
the doctors said that he was on the verge of developing emphysema. Mick Jagger
Healthiest members of the Stones is Mick Jagger. A good diet, exercise including skin care products do.
Jagger could not be separated from the role of personal trainer Torje
Eike, which provides sports schedule like running eight miles every day,
kickboxing, cycling, and weight lifting.
including whole wheat bread, potatoes, rice, beans, pasta, chicken and
fish, protein, and carbohydrate heavy muscular work. Over the last decade, Jagger also eating organic foods.
Jagger away from alcohol and cigarettes did not escape from the role of his father, a physical education teacher.