Adele: Champion of Women's Health
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Adele: A Champion of Women’s Health

Adele: A Champion of Women’s Health

Adele’s voice and music may be transcendent, but the British singer can relate to several of her fans by sharing her own life challenges.

Adele has been candid about her own body image struggles. In a Sirius XM interview she stated, “I do have body image problems for sure but I don’t let them ruin my life at all and there’s bigger issues going on in the world than how I might feel about myself and stuff like that.” She went on to also declare, “there’s only one of you, so why would you want to look like everyone else?”

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The global superstar has also personally struggled with anxiety and panic attacks. In a Q Magazine article, the singer admitted that she often suffers from extreme anxiety attacks when performing in large arenas. She has since shied away from participating in large music festivals, forgoing large payouts for the sake of her mental health and well-being.

Her raw honesty and vulnerability in music and in person make Adele a champion of Women’s health.

Check out the other celebrities featured for National Women’s Health Week! Daisy RidleyMindy Kaling, and Jennifer Lawrence!

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