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Latin Grammy-winning singer J. Balvin has given an perception into his battle with despair and nervousness.
The singer, who has belted out hits similar to “Mi gente”, “X” and “Bum bum tam tam” amongst many others, opened up on the topic in a chat on the Amazon Music podcast titled “En La Salaon”, experiences etonline.com.
In the dialog, he shared that there was a degree in his life the place he “didn’t want to live”.
“I was just crying for no reason. Didn’t want to wake up. Didn’t want to eat, didn’t even want to live,” he stated.
Balvin informed the present host that the interval of despair that led to his analysis occurred seven years in the past, including that he has suffered from nervousness and despair since childhood.
“You lose hope and you feel strange at every place you go. You feel like you are outside of your body. I’ve been shaking since I was a kid, and I’ve always had it, but I just didn’t know it was anxiety,” he stated.
The podcast host added that of their tradition “it’s so hard to ask for help”.
Balvin stated that the very last thing he wished to do was search assist as a result of he did not need to assume he “was crazy”.
“I remember that I was in bed for, like, five days and I was just waiting to die. ‘I don’t have the balls to kill myself but I will just wait’. Of course, my whole family was devastated because at the time I wasn’t as known as I am right now…. At the time, I quit my career and I love music,” he added.
Balvin lastly went to see a health care provider and began his remedy for despair. “Since then, I have been medicated and I don’t feel bad about it,” he stated.
He shared that he just lately had an episode after he felt nicely amid quarantine and determined to cease taking his treatment with out informing his physician. The singer then began having nervousness and worrying about Covid-19. He was finally contracted and has since recovered.