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Lady Gaga's lesson about self-care and mental health

The singer opened her heart about the fight against Fibromyalgia, a disease she has suffered since 2017. She discovered that by learning from her own pain she could help those who are going through a depressive state. Watch the video below to know how the New Yorker used her music as an inspiration for millions!

  • Lady Gaga's mother, Cynthia Germanotta, revealed the singer suffers since she was a child.
  • The Netflix documentary Gaga: Five Foot Two talks about the songwriter's illness.
  • Fibromyalgia has no cure, but it can be treated with medication and self-care strategies.

Before becoming Lady Gaga, Stefani Germanotta was the victim of harassment at school. However, her desire to fulfill the dream of being a superstar was good enough to ignore those who annoyed her. 

The Oscar winner confessed, in a powerful interview with Oprah Winfrey, that since a young age she was dealing with states of discouragement, mental instability and panic attacks wich are reflected in her Fibromyalgia.

Lady Gaga is a fighter! 

The Gaga's disease is caused by the alteration of the nervous system. The singer has been forced to walk away from the stages, but despite dealing with suffering, she discovered that it can be treat pain with therapy.

"I couldn't move, but I was willing to talk about my trauma and take my medicines"

Lady Gaga wants a better and kinder world. Source: (Shuttershock)

Fibromyalgia causes fatigue, muscle pain, anxiety, memory and concentration problems; in addition to migraines. The "Shadow" interpreter was silent for five years. When Netflix published the documentary on Gaga's life, the composer was honest as never in her Twitter account:

Stefani wants to offer her help to make aware about her disease and connect with people who suffer it. The creator of Born This Way Foundation is promoting the importance of young people being able to express themselves freely and without fears.

Lady Gaga has taken refuge in music and God. The actress confessed her pain has lessened since she learned to deal with her traumas and insecurities.

The New Yorker invite us to believe in ourselves and to fight for the dreams that seemed impossibles. We cannot control everything that happens in the world, but we can choose what we want to affect us. Have you ever imagined how powerful our thoughts could be? Please share your opinion with us!

Sindy Macero

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