Mick Foley’s daughter Noelle has revealed that she has been diagnosed with Hyperacusis.
Posting on social media, Noelle opened up about her struggles with the rare hearing disorder.
Hyperacusis is an extreme low tolerance to noise, which can make most sounds physically painful for anyone suffering from the condition.
In the message to her followers, Noelle described how her diagnosis stems from a concussion she suffered back in 2019. The wrestling personality also opened up about her struggles with Post Concussion Syndrome and Tinnitus.
“My Hyperacusis was brought on by my concussion in 2019, and it was mild in the beginning, but unfortunately it has gotten worse over time. I’ve had several HORRIBLE setbacks in my recovery due to sounds, making it feel like my full recovery is light years away. If any of you are living with Hyperacusis you know darn well that it is an EXTREMELY debilitating condition to live with. It’d recently been severely affecting my every day life from grocery shopping, driving, restaurants, and even just being around people, including my family.”
— Noelle Foley (@NoelleFoley) May 19, 2021
During the 2016 WWE reality series ‘Holy Foley’ which followed Mick Foley and his family, Noelle was shown training for a potential wrestling career. However, after a WWE try out she later described as “nerve-wracking,” the wrestling personality has since pursued a career outside the ring.