The famous who speak openly of their mental health problems to break social taboo

On October 10, World Mental Health Day was held, one of the most devastating invisible diseases, suffered in silence and affect millions of people in the world.

The famous who speak openly of their mental health problems to break social taboo

On October 10, World Mental Health Day was held, one of the most devastating invisible diseases, suffered in silence and affect millions of people in the world. For this reason, UNICEF Spain has launched the campaign in Social Networks #Enmimente to normalize and visibilize this health problem since, according to the Confederation of Mental Health Spain, 6.7% of the population suffers from depression and anxiety and 1 of 4 people has or will have a symptom in our country in our country.

Therefore, communication is important and not judging. Hence, it is essential that numerous known faces speak of their pathologies to make a common front before depression, stress, schizophrenia, TOC, addictions or suicidal thoughts. In the latest Olympic Games in Tokyo, the four-time Simone Bile Champion (24) confessed its inner drama and decided to stop: "I have had mental demons" and not to disturb anyone admitted that a year ago "I slept a lot because it was the most similar to death without hurting me. " Those words staggered as darts in the heart of millions of people. But she is not the only one who has given her face. Mariah Carey (52), Martin Scorsese (78), Megan Fox (35), Catherine Zeta-Jones (52) and Britney Spears (39) suffer from bipolar disorder in different degrees, hence the former pop princess has been tuned and That Michael Douglas' wife will enter into specific centers. In fact, when in 2011 she officially diagnosed her illness she entered four occasions.

In Hollywood there are super stars that have not been afraid to publicly confess how they feel and suffer. It is also the case of David Beckham (46), Cameron Diaz (49) and Leonardo DiCaprio (46) who, despite having obsessions and hobbies (usually step on gum glued on the floor from the filming set to his Roulotte), He has managed to charge 30 million dollars per movie until a fortune of 230 million. In the case of a footballer, the obsessive compulsive disorder of him consists of having everything tidy by pairs and in a straight line and if he spendoceta in a hotel he has to put all the books and papers inside the drawers. Former President Donal Trump (75) suffers from misophobia, so in most meetings he never usually shakes his hand for fear of getting infected.

In our country, one of the most famous media cases has been that of Raquel Mosquera (53), which has been admitted on several occasions by psychotic outbreaks at the Hospital Gate Hospital or at López Ibor. But we do not confuse us. Even the apparently stronger, such as first-class footballers, also falls into the black pit of depression, as happened to Iniesta (37) following the death in 2009 of his friend, the footballer Daniel Jarque and for a series of injuries They motivated that it fell into a well (almost) without background. With the help of a psychologist and several psychiatrists he managed to beat the disease and marked the goal he gave Spain to Spain in the World South Africa worldwide. This same disease has suffered Kiko Rivera (37), who stopped exercising his profession as a DJ for a few months to receive adequate treatment since he confessed in GH duo that his addiction to drugs motivated that he fell mentally.

In a profession as unstable as the performance, there are interpreters who do not usually take the parons too well. It is what happened to Alfonso Bassave (41), which spinned him continually at the head of why they did not hunt him, he locked himself and blamed himself. But with the professional help of him managed to let go and express what he felt. Pastora Soler (43) retired because she had a scenic panic, so she remained away from the public for two years. The Argentine actor Ignacio Serricchio (39) suffered a hard blow when the little brother of him Alejandro died five years ago when he took his own life for the depression he suffered. Since then, this Galán affirmed the four winds that "I want to be the voice and the support of those who suffer from depression and mental illnesses. It is my new mission in life." In Spain, government investment to alleviate mental health issues is practically as shameful as non-existent.

Updated Date: 15 October 2021, 21:42

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