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So, they must not suffer from mental health disorders, right? Not really. Mental health disorders and illnesses can affect anyone, even your favorite celebrities. There is a growing number of celebrity mental health advocates, and this increase in awareness and advocacy for mental health is helping people worldwide by reducing stigmas and easing access to treatment at a mental health facility. Here are famous celebrities who struggle with their mental health.
Depression is far more common than people realize, and this mental health disorder affects musicians such as Adele, Miley Cyrus, Michelle Williams, and Lady Gaga. These celebrities have been very candid about their mental health disorders, discussing how depression and anxiety can be debilitating. They also stress that with the right care, depression, anxiety, and other disorders can be treated.
Addiction is another common challenge faced by celebrities and people from all walks of life. Carrie Fisher and Demi Lovato have famously talked about their ups and downs with active addiction. Fisher’s daughter has connected her mother’s death to the challenges of addiction and mental illness, but also stressed how her mother would want her passing to encourage people to be open about their struggles and seek help.  Celebrities with mental illness and addiction struggles, such as Demi Lovato and Carrie Fisher, have worked to reduce the stigmas associated with mental illnesses.
Famous people with mental illnesses including musicians, athletes, actresses, and other celebrities, are working to reduce the stigmas long associated with depression, anxiety, addiction, and alcoholism. In doing so, these celebrities are helping to reduce the stigmas associated with mental illnesses. By sharing their stories of struggles and recovery, celebrities are helping people chart their own path of recovery and pride in their journey. 
At Banyan Treatment Centers, we operate a family of facilities dedicated to helping patients find optimal mental health support and sobriety. Whether you are seeking mental health treatment, dual diagnosis treatment, or a standalone drug addiction treatment center, we are here to help.