Celebrity life seems like a life of dreams, free of all anxiety or irritation and full of luxury and luxurious things, but the fact that life in the artistic community is full of stress and psychological challenges that often lead to stars being sent to psychotherapy sanatoriums, the following we brought you from Harper's Bazaar, The Richest and Nikki Swift Magazines Celebrities with mental health issues and entered the clinic:
American singer Demi Lovata revealed her struggle for mental illness and addiction. He entered the psychiatric clinic in 2010, aged 18, and remained in the hospital for three months, where she was diagnosed with bipolar and nervous insult.
In July 2001, Mariah Carey's mother called the police and asked them to take the famous American singer to the hospital because she had severe emotional strikes after suffering a nervous breakdown. Maria was already transferred to Silver Hill Mental Hospital in Connecticut.
In April 2006, actor Ashley Judd spent 47 days at a psychotherapy center in Texas for her treatment of depression, isolation and unhealthy conditions. Later, through her memoirs, Ashley revealed that she suffered trauma in her stressful childhood including incest and abuse.
Like Mariah Carey, Britney Speer collapsed in January 2008 and was held in a clinic for two days to assess her mental health after she became hysterical and refused to leave her two children to her ex-husband, Kevin Federline.
In April 2011, British actress Catherine Zeta-Jones, who is suffering from stage IV laryngeal cancer, decided to go to a psychiatric clinic because of her stress and was diagnosed as bipolar.
After several bizarre tweets on Twitter and nervous breakdowns in front of the public, rapper Kanye West was admitted to a psychiatric hospital in November 2016, and after his evaluation at the University of California Medical Center, doctors found he mistook his bipolar disorder medication.
The American comedian was taken to the psychiatric hospital at an early age after trying to crush his head in the wall at the age of 16 after suffering from family problems.
Jean-Claude Van Damme
After reaching a high level of fame in his movie "Sudden Death," Van Dam became a drug addict in 1996 and went to a psychiatric hospital for treatment after reaching suicide.
In 2014, the American actress entered a California psychiatric clinic for 72 hours after suffering a severe bout of madness and trying to burn herself with gasoline and was found to have schizophrenia.
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