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Ariana Grande “I am constantly working on my health and learning how to process pain (aren’t we all?)”

Two years after the terror attack that claimed the lives of 22 concertgoers, pop star Ariana Grande returns to the UK resolute, ready to conquer her demons and share her strength

Ariana Grande is no stranger to turmoil. Apart from coping with the anxiety that has plagued her all her life, the singer has shared the aftermath of the horrific terrorist attack following her performance at Manchester Arena on 22 May 2017. Grande has lent her support to the relatives of victims, the youngest of which was eight years old, and her One Love Manchester concert raised £18million for their benefit.

The explosion killed 22 innocent people and injured 500. According to reports, more than 3,500 people have accessed psychological support in the wake of the attack, including Grande. After completing her tour that year, she suffered what she has described as PTSD and crippling anxiety.

‘When I got home after that tour, I had wild dizzy spells; this feeling like I couldn’t breathe,’ Grande said. ‘I would be in a good mood – fine and happy – and then they would hit me out of nowhere. I’ve always suffered from anxiety, but it had never been physical before. There were a couple of months when I felt upside down.’ She added: ‘I had never spoken about my anxiety before because I thought everyone had it but, after that tour, it was the most severe that it’s ever been.’

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