Ariana Grande has decided to show off on Instagram the effects of post traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) in his brain. The pop star has shared on the social scan of a healthy brain and of his, suffering from PTSD, writing, “it is Not a joke.” The singer suffers from this disorder by 2017, when he lived in first person the attack during his concert at the Manchester Arena.
A year after, Ariana Grande had spoken publicly: “All my fans, the families involved, all the people who were there have suffered. Time is the most important thing. I think I might even be able to talk about my experience, I’m not supposed to say anything.I think that I’ll never be able to talk about it without crying. I hate to admit it, but the anxiety is really the sign of trauma”.
The singer, due to this disorder, has had to cancel in December 2018 at a concert in San Vegas for “health reasons unforeseeable.” He had communicated on Instagram the news to fans: “Dear Las Vegas, in this moment I have some health problems and I will not be able to see you this weekend. I love you, and then I can’t wait to see you again and do the show next year.”
Ariana Grande is not the first star with a heart the issue of mental health. Even Lady Gaga, accompanied by dr. Tedros Adhanom, director general of the World Health Organization), is conducting a campaign against the stigma attached to mental illness. The singer is the protagonist of A star is born and the doctor have written a letter on this theme: “stigma, fear and lack of understanding increases the sufferings of the sick people of mind that they were in desperate need of help. 800 thousand people take their own lives every year. What can we do for them? We fight because we can talk about these issues adequately. Often, the families of the sick people of mind, not to speak of their problems to shame, but this makes them in part responsible for the suffering of the sick”.
Even prince William has been shown to pay particular attention to the theme of mental health. The The World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland, the prince has spoken publicly of his initiative Heads Together: “Many people continue to suffer in silence. For some reason, people have several difficulties in expressing their feelings, especially the british”.