Singer Ariana Grande is a very versatile performer. Not only she’s proves to be a good singer but she’s also held up strong with her personal life. Instances like losing a dear one or concert bombarding attack only make her stronger.
She had spoken about how she has struggled with PTSD symptoms since 2017 attack at her concert in Manchester, England. She posted brain scans of the same on Thursday.
One photo showed what she said was a healthy brain compared with a brain with PTSD. Next, she posted another image showing her own brain.
“Hilarious and terrifying,” Grande wrote. She added that the images were “not a joke.”
Grande had performed a concert May 22 at the Manchester Arena. A suicide bomber killed nearly two dozen people and injured numerous others. This incident has literally got her.
PTSD stands for Post-traumatic Stress Dirsorder. PTSD is a mental health condition that can develop after a traumatic event, such as a mass shooting. It includes recurring flashbacks to the event or nightmares to severe anxiety and panic attacks. Doctors diagnose the disorder through a physical exam and psychological evaluation. The treatment typically involves certain types of psychotherapy.
Grande opened up about the attack and her symptoms of PTSD.
“It’s hard to talk about because so many people have suffered such severe, tremendous loss. But, yeah, it’s a real thing,” she told the magazine.