Kesha reveals how she once mistook her anxiety for a ‘psychotic break’
Keisha He has revealed that he once thought he was having a “psychic break” while struggling with it. restlessness.
During a recent interview with Zen Love of Apple Music 1the 36-year-old talked about taking his anxiety for something worse.
“I went through this crazy psycho-spiritual experience in the midst of anxiety,” she said. “It was pure anxiety. My brain felt, like, I thought maybe it was the process of having a psychotic break or something.
“But then once I just started leaning into it, I was like, ‘Okay, this is happening, so what am I going to do about it?'”
He then explained how he wrote his song “At the Acid” about the experience, which he described as a “psychedelic kind of trip” while sober.
“I’m a triple Pisces, I like the weird, the unexplainable, the spiritual, the supernatural,” she said, referring to her three astrological signs, the Sun, Moon and Rising. “That’s my rabbit hole that I’m in right now, just unusual. And with different spirituality, different things that people believe in. I’m just trying to read about it because I think We’re all talking about the same thing.”
As noted by Mayo ClinicWhile the symptoms of an anxiety disorder can happen to anyone, some include “a sense of impending danger, panic or doom”, “nervousness, anxiety or tension”, or “an increased heart rate”. can be
Kesha has been very open about her mental health challenges over the years. During an interview with Billboard In 2016, she opened up about how she “struggled with a lot of things, including anxiety and depression”.
“It’s not easy to find the strength to come forward about these things. But maybe, by telling my story, I can help someone else going through a tough time,” she said.
In November 2017, she wrote an article about her mental health struggles during the holiday season, which was published. Time. She wrote that changing her daily habits during the holidays affected her mental health, before she struggled with an eating disorder this season.
“In a lot of ways, the holidays can take you off your game — and it can shake you up,” the “Cannibal” singer explained. “When you have a routine, it’s easier to manage whatever mental struggles you face, and when that routine is broken, it can trigger things to face. So you can’t be prepared. I know it was for me. It was during the holidays when I took a moment and decided to get help for my eating disorder with the help of my mom.