Sarah Silverman fala sobre os ataques de pânico

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Sarah Silverman fala sobre os ataques de pânico

Mensagem por paroxetina em Sab Out 17, 2015 11:15 am

Sarah Silverman has some choice advice for people who nonchalantly say they're "having a panic attack" when something goes wrong: Don't.

The actress and comedian opened up about her personal experience with depression in the latest issue of Glamour, noting that many people who coolly use mental-illness terms may not understand what's really going on when these issues actually happen.

"People use 'panic attack' very casually out here in Los Angeles, but I don’t think most of them really know what it is," she said. "Every breath is labored. You are dying. You are going to die. It's terrifying. And then when the attack is over, the depression is still there. Once, my stepdad asked me, 'What does it feel like?' And I said, 'It feels like I'm desperately homesick, but I'm home.'"

Silverman, who began experiencing depression when she was 13, also got incredibly real about how she personally manages her condition and the journey it took to get to a healthy place.

"I've lived with depression and learned to control it, or at least to ride the waves as best I can," she explained. "I'm on a small dose of Zoloft, which, combined with therapy, keeps me healthy but still lets me feel highs and lows. The dark years and those ups and downs -- chemical and otherwise -- have always informed my work; I believe being a comedian is about exposing yourself, warts and all."



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