Bieber opens up about his ‘dark period’ of drugs

  • Bieber opens up about his ‘dark period’ of drugs

Bieber opens up about his ‘dark period’ of drugs

Justin says getting out of bed in the morning can still be a struggle for him at times, but is committed to getting better because he doesn't want to throw away his "opportunity to make a change". I had a lot of money and a lot of things, so then you have all these people around me hanging on and wanting things from me, knowing that I was living this lifestyle that they also wanted to live.

Today, Bieber focused on healing his body. "Mental health is so important to get on top of".

In addition, the Love Yourself singer receives NAD+ (nicotinamide adenine dinucleotide) infusions through an IV drip to give him energy. From the joys of marriage to the struggles through hard seasons, Justin opens up to reveal his biggest challenges as he gets back into the studio to record his first album since 2015. However, he continued to drink lean, taking pills, making Molly and trying Shrooms.

Speaking out: Justin Bieber relied on drugs as an "escape" from his life in the spotlight.

In his YouTube present, Justin Bieber: Seasons, the singer has opened up additional, saying he grew to become dependent on hashish after beginning smoking the drug at the age of 13, and that tougher medication adopted as he struggled to deal with the pressures of fame.

"However my expertise was in entrance of cameras and I had a distinct stage of publicity".

He added: 'I started valuing the wrong things in this business because there were things dangling in front of me. I never had that security in a family.

"The truth is, I never had the tools".

"I chose to stop because I felt like I was dying, ' he said".

After the release of "Lose You to Love Me", the followers felt how Bieber's wife Hailey Baldwin shadowed Gomez when she published the melody "I'll Kill You" in her Instagram story.

The Canadian singer is giving admirers access to some of his most intimate personal history in episode 5 of Justin Bieber: Seasons. "So it just got scary". "My coronary heart is simply to solve problems that I think are my own and that I am satisfied with". "Just helping not to feel anything". "So what NAD does is actually helps to fix that part of that brain and it helps fix the pleasure centres to balance them back out". "I was young, like everyone in the industry or in the world who is experimenting".