• The constant among all these personalities is that in addition to revealing their conflicts, they also confess that they have sought medical help to move forward

Recently several Hollywood artists have confessed to having problems with anxiety, panic attacks and others related to their mental health.

The actor Jonah Hill is one of these, who decided not to participate in the promotion of audiovisual projects in which he is involved to “protect” his mental health.

The protagonist of “Super cool” will not attend public events or appear in the media to spread his new productions because these situations “exacerbate” his “anxiety attacks”, explained the interpreter in the content of a letter published by the specialized media Deadline this Wednesday.

“You will not see me out there promoting this movie, or any of my upcoming movies, as I take this important step to protect myself,” Hill argued.

On the other hand, the rising actor Ezra Miller, whose career entered a forced hiatus due to a series of complaints against him for various crimes and incidents, stated that he is undergoing treatment to address “complex mental health problems.”

“Having recently been through a time of intense crisis, I now understand that I am suffering from complex mental health issues and have begun ongoing treatment. I want to apologize to all of those who have alarmed and annoyed with my past behavior, ”the actor told the specialized site of Hollywood Variety.

The fight for mental health is a constant

The singer and actress Selena Gómez announced that on November 4 she will premiere her documentary “My Mind & Me” (Mi Mente y Yo, in Spanish), in which she addresses her mental health problems that will be available worldwide through of the Apple TV+ platform.

“After spending years in the spotlight, Selena Gomez achieved unimaginable stardom. But just as she reached a new peak of fame, an unexpected turn led her into obscurity. This exceptionally raw and intimate documentary spans her six-year journey into a new light,” Apple said in a statement.

For her part, the Grammy-nominated performer posted a preview of the film on her social media and wrote: “My mind and me. Sometimes we don’t get along and it becomes hard to breathe. But I wouldn’t change my life.”

Between 2012 and 2014, Gómez was diagnosed with lupus, a chronic autoimmune disease that can affect the joints, skin, brain, lungs, kidneys and blood vessels, through widespread infections, which damage organ tissue. .

During 2017, she had to suspend her “Revival Tour” tour and in September of the same year, the artist revealed that she had to withdraw from public events because she had received a kidney transplant from her friend, the actress France Raisa.

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