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Noah Cyrus 22 Reveals Xanax Addiction

Noah Cyrus is opening up about life in recovery, as she reveals her addiction to Xanax for the first time. The 22-year-old singer has long been in the public eye as a result of her famous family, including her father Billy Ray Cyrus, and older sister Miley Cyrus. But in his formative years as a young adult, Noah is going through a secret struggle.

Noah tells Rolling Stone about his first experiences with the drug

“My boyfriend at the time, when I was 18, was the first person who gave me Xanax, and it became a way for us to bond. Noah told Rolling Stone about his first experiences with the drug, who often used treatment for anxiety or panic attacks.” I guess I wanted to fit in with that. I wanted to be what he wanted and what he thought was cool and what I thought everyone else was doing.

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What did he say about the use of medicine?

While other drugs didn’t captivate the young star, she did detailed struggles with depression and body dysmorphia. Which allowed him to succumb to the influence of Xanax. Regarding drug use, she said, “Once I thought it was possible to silence things, for a second and your pain went numb, it was over.” Noah is recovering from the end of 2020 and he shared that making music has played a big part in the process.

Being part of the public family really

“I had a really hard time being part of a public family. And I struggled with it a little bit, because it wasn’t my first choice at all,” she explained. “I had a hard time with people coming up to me and saying, ‘Are you Miley Cyrus’ little sister?’ or ‘Are you Hannah Montana’s little sister?’ I didn’t like it, and it took me off my identity for a long time. Noah eventually became dependent on the drug, noting that it was readily available to his entire circle. “I was surrounded by people who took it. Were able to get it easily by buying from people,” she said.

Said about international television interviews that never aired

It was not until Noah’s life began to rapidly expand into other areas. It was not until he himself began to realize the effects of drug use. She recalled the mess in interviews, following the release of her second EP The End of Everything, as a result of her addiction. “I was completely nodding and falling asleep, and unable to keep my head up or my eyes open. Because I had gone too far,” she said of an international television interview that never aired Happened.

In 2020, she faced the death of her grandmother

In August 2020, she faced the death of her grandmother. “When my grandmother died I felt so guilty for not being there. I was there physically, but emotionally, I wasn’t there. I couldn’t be there,” she said. She also distanced herself from other family members including her mother Tish Cyrus. “That was my big eye-opener,” Noah said of the separation. “I sat alone, and I was scared, and I realized that the people I love. And the people I need, I was pushing them away. And although it seemed obvious that he was abusing the drug. She realized that friends “kind of accepted it” by keeping quiet on the issue. “It just becomes this kind of dark pit, bottomless pit.

Tish and Billy Ray divorced for the third time in April 2022

The Cyrus family was going through struggles together, as Tish and Billy Ray filed for divorce for the third time in April 2022. “Obviously, it was publicly reported that my parents were through some rough patches,” Noah said. Still, the family was united in their efforts to help him recover. “I was being helped by everyone I needed help, and it took me some time to get back on my feet,” she explained.

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