In an interview with Pune Times Mirror last December, Honey Singh had said that anxiety and depression are like colds of mental health. But he had a covid of mental health, which Bipolar Disorder/Psychotic Symptoms Also called But now he is going to completely come out of it and dominate the music industry again.
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Bipolar disorder is a dangerous disease
According to the American Psychiatric Association (ref.), bipolar disorder is a disorder of the brain. In which the patient’s mood, energy, way of working and behavior changes very rapidly. This change lasts for a few hours. This disorder includes bipolar I, bipolar II and cyclothymic disorder.
psychotic symptoms of bipolar
According to Healthline, psychosis is not a disorder, but a symptom of a disorder. Which begins with a decrease in the ability to work, focus, social interaction, emotional expression, etc. This is followed by the psychotic symptoms of bipolar disorder such as nightmares, delusions, uncontrolled thoughts, and decreased awareness.
Why did Honey Singh get bipolar disorder?
In an interview with Siddharth Alambayan shared on January 3, 2023, the rapper told that there were 4 main reasons behind his illness.
- heavy drinking
- lack of sleep
- being a workaholic
- substance abuse
7 doctors and 5 years engaged in treatment
Regarding the treatment of bipolar disorder / psychotic symptom, Honey Singh told that he had to take the help of 7 doctors. Some of whom had told it incurable. At the same time, in an interview to Siddharth Kannan, Singer told that it took him 5 years to get out of it and had also become very fat due to the effect of drugs.
Tips to get rid of stress, anxiety, depression
Yo Yo Honey Singh also gave tips to overcome stress, anxiety and depression in an interview with Pune Times Mirror. As-
- getting family support
- sharing feelings and thoughts with friends
- abstinence from alcohol
Disclaimer: This article is for general information only. It cannot be a substitute for any medicine or treatment in any way. Always consult your doctor for more details.