DaniPModel Female Los Angeles, California, US
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About MeHello MM,
I know it's been a while I'm just getting back into modeling I had to take time off for my blood disease that I have. It's made me gain some weight and I'm working very hard on my body and keeping myself healthy. I'm looking to shoot new photographers and make up artists as well as clothing and hair stylists. I'm only accepting paid work at this time since I'm not longer working at the moment and have been in and out of the hospital for the last three years. You may contact me for my rates at firstname.lastname@example.org or my cell 323 630 4733. I'm also up for traveling but expensive must be paid for and I travel with someone never alone.
I wanted to share with you guys an illness that I have.. It's called Gillian Baree Syndrome
All the nerves and nerve cells outside your Central Nervous System make up your Peripheral Nervous System. These include the spinal and cranial nerves, ganglia, and plexuses. Their task is to relay information from your brain and spinal cord to the rest of your body and from your body to your brain and spinal cord.
The PNS consists of 12 pairs of cranial nerves, which emerge from your brain, and mainly send messages too and from your head and neck, lots of which include our senses. It also contains 31 pairs of spinal nerves, which branch off from your spinal cord and supply the rest of your body, such as the organs and muscles.
With the help of our peripheral nerves, we are able to carry out voluntary and involuntary actions, like picking up a fork, clapping our hands or riding a bike. These are voluntary actions.
In contrast, our heart beat and intestinal functions occur without our conscious control. These are involuntary actions and are regulated by our autonomic nervous system. The autonomic part of your Peripheral Nervous System ensures that all our internal organs and glands function smoothly.
Now that we have established why the Peripheral Nervous System is so important to our well-being, we can see why Guillain-Barre Syndrome (GBS) is such a devastating disorder.
Characterized by muscle weakness, paralysis of the limbs and breathing muscles, onset of the disorder is sudden and unexpected. GBS can develop over hours or days, or may take up to a month. Symptoms are progressive, increasing in intensity until certain muscles can't be used at all. Occasionally, a patient can become almost totally paralyzed. Once the disorder interferes with breathing, blood pressure and heart rate, it becomes a medical emergency and hospitalization is the only option.
I'm willing to travel if expensive are paid for. I will shoot Pin up, fashion, editorial, nudes, glamor and swimwear.