Dipset vet Juelz Santana appeared to brush off reports that he needed a mental health evaluation. In an Instagram post uploaded on Sunday (July 1), Santana wrote, “U Crazy For 4 Believing Every Thing U Hear.” More
06/19/2018 by PeekYou Team
Author: Jon Blistein / Source: Rolling Stone
London’s Meltdown Festival replaced Frightened Rabbit’s set with a panel on mental health awareness and the music industry after the death of singer Scott Hutchison, The Guardian reports. Hutchison died last month at age 36. More
05/14/2018 by PeekYou Team
Author: Mike Miller / Source: PEOPLE.com
While Margot Kidder is best known for her recurring role as Lois Lane in the original Superman films, she will also be remembered for her long and courageous battle with bipolar disorder, once known as manic depression.
05/29/2017 by PeekYou Team
Author: CAROLYN DURAND / Source: ABC News
Prince William, who spent the spring campaigning for mental health awareness, spoke to British GQ magazine in a revealing new interview about the loss of his mother Princess Diana, his children and his goals for the future. More
04/27/2017 by PeekYou Team
Author: Lindsay Kimble / Source: PEOPLE.com
03/02/2017 by PeekYou Team
Author: Arlene Washington / Source: The Hollywood Reporter
Lisa Kudrow will host the Open Minds Gala, an event that recognizes those who raise awareness and reduce the stigma of mental health issues, set for March 22 at the Beverly Hilton.
Demi Lovato will be among the honorees at The Jane and Terry Semel Institute’s biannual Open Minds Gala, which recognizes those who raise awareness and reduce the stigma of mental health issues. Lisa Kudrow will host the event, set for March 22 at the Beverly Hilton.
Lovato will be honored with the Artistic Award…
11/30/2016 by PeekYou Team
Author: Gil Kaufman / Source: The Hollywood Reporter
What will the next few days, weeks and months look like for the polymath entertainer who is constantly busy producing music, concerts, fashion lines and multimedia projects?
It’s been over a week since Kanye West was admitted to Los Angeles’s Ronald Reagan UCLA Medical Center and placed under observation after suffering from exhaustion and sleep deprivation. In that time, little information has been released about what is ailing West and what the timetable for his recovery might be. An unnamed source told People magazine this week that West generally has “big ups and downs, but this bout seems to be much more serious. In the hospital he has been very paranoid and is under constant watch for his safety.” The anonymous source said the 39-year-old rapper is still under observation because “clearly he’s not doing well.”
The magazine reported that wife Kim Kardashian West says she is “very concerned” about her husband’s condition, and says he hasn’t yet been formally diagnosed: “She says that Kanye is on many different medications and that his doctors are figuring proper doses. Kim says that not much has changed since he was admitted and that his doctors seem concerned.” A spokesperson for West did not return requests for an update on his condition at press time.
So what will the next few days, weeks and months look like for the polymath entertainer who is constantly busy producing music, concerts, fashion lines and multimedia projects? Billboard spoke to mental health experts about what the rapper’s extended stay might indicate and what his recuperation could look like.
“If someone remains in the hospital [after an event like this], it may just mean that they need to be in the hospital that long to get well,” Dr. Jody M. Rawles, a psychiatrist and the Vice Chair of Clinical Affairs in the psychiatry department at the University of California-Irvine, told Billboard. Dr. Rawles, who has no first-hand knowledge of the situation and has not treated West in the past, said when his team admits someone under similar circumstances they will keep them in the hospital as long as is necessary, but not a day longer, because staying in a hospital environment for too long can be detrimental to a patient’s health.
“Physical exhaustion and sleep deprivation can lead to erratic, psychotic and paranoid thinking and many performers and other professionals — and our society in general — don’t get enough sleep,” he added. “Certainly someone who has a lot of pressure to perform, present [their art], do interviews and be seen can feel a lot of pressure. If the alleged reason for admission is dehydration and exhaustion, part of keeping someone hospitalized for a longer period is to figure out if that is all that’s going on.”
The hospitalization came after a bizarre series of incidents involving the hip-hop superstar, including rants endorsing President-elect Donald Trump, calling out Beyonce and Jay Z, cutting a concert short, canceling the remainder of his…