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Demi Lovato Shares Swimsuit Video as New Track Out Now 

Here is how the star approaches health and wellness. 

Demi Lovato is teasing her new track in her swimsuit. In one of her latest social media posts, the singer shows off her beautiful body in a bathing suit, while revealing that one of her new songs is now out. "My track with @le_sserafim "Eve, Psyche & The Bluebeard's wife" is out now," she captioned the Instagram post. Demi has been very open about her mental and physical health struggles over the years. Here are a few of the ways she approaches health and wellness. 


She Works Out for Her Mental and Physical Health

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While on the road, Demi has "a lot of people visit, which is really grounding for me," she says. She also exercises, which is great for her body and mind, she says. "And I bring my trainer on the road. We work out and that centers mean mentally and physically. That helps a lot," she told Vogue.


She Is Open About Her Eating Disorder Struggles


"The very first time that I went to treatment was when I was 18," Lovato told Today in an interview. "I went from my eating disorder, and I went for self-harm and emotional issues." She added: "When you're looking at images of people with perfect bodies, you start to look at yourself, and you start to pick yourself apart, and it's hard to grow up in a world where that's right in front of your face and at your fingertips at all times, she added. "I grew up in a period of time where young Hollywood was very, very, very thin, and that was the look, and I think that had a really negative impact on my eating just on my mental health, which I think fed into my eating disorder."


She Uses Her Experiences to Help Others


"I wanted to help others," Demi explains about why she chooses to be open about her health issues. "I wish that I had somebody when I was 13 years old and having an eating disorder and starving myself. I wanted somebody in the public eye to say that 'Hey, this is what I've gone through, and you don't have to choose that route.'" She added: "I want them to know that talking to people and asking for help is more than okay and is absolutely what you should do," she said.


She Is Okay with Having "Bad Days


Demi now has tools to handle hard times. "I don't want to paint the facade that everything is totally perfect and fine. But I am in a really good place, and it has been kind of challenging to write a happy rock album," she atold Today. "But I'm doing it! But I have bad days. I had a bad day on Sunday. I realized that even to this day, no matter how happy I might feel and seem. I'm human, and it's okay to still struggle even when you're in a great place."


She Suffers From Hearing Impairment and Vision Loss From Her Heroin Overdose

In an interview with Andy Cohen for SiriusXM, Lovato shared that five years after the heroin overdose that almost left her dead, she is still suffering health-wish in the form of hearing loss and vision impairment. "I wouldn't change my path because I don't have any regrets. When I think about things, the closest thing that I get to a regret is when I overdosed … that overdose caused me a lot of … it actually caused a disability. I have vision impairment and hearing impairment to this day," she said. "I don't drive because I have blind spots in my vision. "It's a daily constant reminder. You know, anytime I look at something, like, I have blind spots in my vision when I look at your face, and so it's a constant reminder to stay on the right path because I never want that to happen again."

Leah Groth
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