Lately, Justin Bieber has been very open about his past and present struggles in life. After admitting to a history of drug abuse over the years and a few serious diagnoses, the singer is now revealing that it’s hard for him to get out of bed without certain medications.
Justin Bieber has been baring his soul about what’s been going on in his life throughout the past few years. In a recent episode of his new YouTube docuseries, Seasons, Justin opened up about how his past drug abuse is still affecting his life.
As we reported, Justin began drinking lean around the age of 19. Not only that, but he was also taking pills, ecstasy, and shrooms. JB said that things got so bad, it literally felt like he was dying. After years of picking up the pieces, the singer now needs special infusion therapy just to help with his normal day-to-day.
In the newest episode entitled “The Dark Season,” which premiered on Feb. 3, Justin is seen sitting in a hyperbaric chamber, in which he reveals he sleeps in. Justin says that he gets NAD+ (nicotinamide adenine dinucleotide) infusions with an IV drip on a weekly basis.
NAD+ is used to treat people Alzheimer’s and Parkinson’s disease. JB gets the infusion plus drip to flush out toxins from his body, and he also takes anti-depressants that help him “get outta bed in the morning.”
Biebs has been clean for some time now, but after being diagnosed with Lyme disease, chronic mono, and anxiety, he wants to stay on top of his health by any means necessary.
In the episode, JB reveals that he has multiple oxygen chambers around his house and studio. An oxygen chamber encloses patients and supplies oxygen at an ambient pressure higher than atmospheric pressure, according to Wikipedia. During the episode, Justin demonstrates how he uses it and explains why. “Mental health is so important to get on top of,” he said. “If you have ADHD if you have… something and you don’t want to take medicine, I strongly believe in it.”
Seasons is available on YouTube Premium.