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Pop Star Halsey on Bipolar Disorder and Celebrity Lifestyle

The American singer, actress, and songwriter Halsey has been a rising star since her debut extended play in 2014. After her debut studio album Badlands was released in 2015 it didn’t take long for it to be certified platinum. The album’s four singles all went on to achieve minor commercial success, and in 2016 her . . . . Continue Reading

Remembering Margot Kidder: Lois Lane’s Story of Recovery

Margot Kidder was the Canadian-born actress widely regarded as the Lois Lane, having portrayed the iconic character in the original Christopher Reeve Superman film (and its three sequels) stealing the hearts of the Man of Steel and his fans worldwide on the silver screen for many years. Kidder passed away this past Sunday at 69 . . . . Continue Reading

Demi Lovato is 6 Years into Sobriety: Celebrity Recovery Story

Demetria Devonne Lovato, AKA Demi Lovato, was born August 20, 1992. The 25-year-old American is not only a famous singer, songwriter, and actress; she is also an advocate for mental health and recovery. This world-wide starlet earned a number-one album with Here We Go Again, released back in 2009, and has released five top-five albums . . . . Continue Reading

The Link Between Bipolar Disorder and Substance Abuse

Bipolar disorder and substance abuse have been correlated in various studies over the past few decades. Unfortunately, a new follow-up study has yielded the same results. Furthermore, the follow-up found that the incidence of cigarette use and substance abuse was even greater five years after diagnosis.  Those with persistent bipolar symptoms were found to have . . . . Continue Reading

Demi Lovato Didn’t Think She’d Be Alive Past 21

Author: Shernide Delva  At one point, Demi Lovato was far from the “Confident” woman she presents herself as today. In fact, in 2010, Demi Lovato was admitted to rehab for bulimia and substance abuse.  She was far from confident back then. Needless to say, she’s come a long way. We have covered the struggles Demi . . . . Continue Reading

Bipolar Disorder: What You Need To Know

While the occasional up and down mood is a normal part of life, those with bipolar disorder go through extreme mood changes that can significantly affect their quality of life. During episodes of mania and depression, some people with bipolar disorder learn to use substances to self-medicate. Because of this, bipolar disorder and drug addiction . . . . Continue Reading

Demi Lovato Celebrates Four Years Of Sobriety

Demi Lovato has always been candid about her struggles with addiction and eating disorders. In the past, she has spoken out to the media about her insecurities and the ups and down of her recovery from substance abuse, bipolar disorder, and bulimia. Fortunately, these days the singer has something to feel proud of: her four . . . . Continue Reading

Oxytocin Nasal Sprays May Treat Mental Illness

If you ever had a stuffy nose, you might have used nasal sprays to help you decongest. Now, there is a product being tested for mental illness that delivers treatments through the nose. Researchers at the University of Oslo in Norway have tested a new device for delivering hormone treatments for mental illness. The treatment would deliver . . . . Continue Reading

Demi Lovato Discusses Seeing the Light after Relapse

Demi Lovato is an American pop icon as a singer, songwriter and actress who rose to prominence in the Disney Channel television film Camp Rock in 2008, which led to her signing a record contract with Hollywood Records. Now at age 22 she has experience a lot in her time in the spotlight, including some . . . . Continue Reading

Bad Sleep Habits Hurt Women with Bipolar Disorder

Sleep is awesome. Let’s just say that right away. A good nap goes a long way under any circumstance in my book. We of course know there are health risks associated with sleep deprivation and insomnia for people in general, and catching some Z’s is a good way to keep recharged and on top of . . . . Continue Reading

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