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Entertainment 16 Celebrities Who Have Spoken Out About Quarantine's Effect On Their Mental Health

07:41  05 august  2020
07:41  05 august  2020 Source:   elle.com.au

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“And although this quarantine is isolating and extremely challenging for those of us who struggle Mendes revealed a guide to taking care of one’ s mental health during the heightened-stress times Scroll down to see how stars are working on their mental health amid the coronavirus pandemic.

Health & Fitness 15 Celebrities Who Have Spoken Out About Quarantine ' s Effect On Their Mental Health . While we know her as Betty from Riverdale, Reinhart has spoken out about her struggle with depression in a series of tweetsfor Mental Health Awareness Month

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As the coronavirus pandemic continues, the public has had to adjust to a new normal of extreme isolation and social distancing.

And while the worst looks to be behind us, these circumstances have had a particular affect on those living with mental illness.

Whether they're feelings of loneliness, isolation, or extreme panic, mental heath struggles have been amplified and exacerbated for some during the global crisis.

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Here are a few celebrities who have bravely admitted their struggles with mental health . Kesha chose to speak out about her mental health after a tumultuous year when she accepted her I’ve discovered that anxiety, panic attacks and depression can be side effects of Lupus, which can

At the same time, representation is important, and celebrities are a huge help in getting the word out about disorders that are otherwise not talked about as much as So here are some celebrities who have opened up about their personal health issues who might just know what you're going through.

Seeing as the month of May is 'Mental Health Awareness Month', it seems only fitting that we look inward, and discover that even the most 'lucky' struggle with the same issues.

Amid the quarantine period, celebrities and citizens alike look to be facing the same ups and downs brought on by the stress of the crisis.

For those feeling alone or simply looking for simple comforts, keep scrolling to read how other celebrities have spoken out about living with mental health issues in quarantine.


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