Demi Lovato has opened up about the consequences of her near-fatal overdose and how it had an adverse impact on her driving ability. Now, Demi has revealed that no one will see her behind the car. Lovato said that film had shed light on the nearly fatal overdose and how she has suffered its consequences. Demi also said that there is a blind spot in her vision. It was also hard for her to read out a book as her vision was too blurry. She has said that many health issues are still present, and it’s hard to bear them.Image Credit: Sky News
The star suffered from substance abuse in 2018, and she returned to the spotlight a year and a half later. The former Disney Channel star stayed in the hospital for several months before going for the treatment. The star also said in August 2018 that she has been transparent about her addiction. She said that I’ve learned that illness doesn’t disappear or fade with time. She first appeared in public at the 2020 Grammy Awards. She also said the national anthem of the Super Bowl. She has been an icon for many people who were suffering from substance abuse, and they have shared their motivational stories on social media about recovering from drug addiction. Now, before the release of her documentary, the star has opened up about the near-fatal overdose. Demi revealed that she suffered from brain damage and vision loss.
Demi Lovato can no longer drive after overdose caused brain damage. The former Disney Channel star has also suffered from vision loss. The star is now not able to drive a car. She also said that it’s hard for her to read books, as she has blurry vision. The former Disney Channel star has also acknowledged that the side effects could be even worse. She said that I’m proud that being someone who doesn’t need much rehabbing. However, the rehabbing was mostly emotional. The star further added that she had learned a lot through the entire process.