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Musician Alessia Cara poses for a photo in Manhattan, New York City.
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Alessia Cara, a Canadian singer has released her new single on mental health and her personal battle with insomnia.
The singer’s new song 'Sweet Dreams' is written keeping in mind the importance of mental issues and dealing with it well.
Cara has often sung about issues dealing with body positivity and happiness.
Speaking to a section of the media in an interview, Cara said it was time to openly discuss mental health.
Musician Alessia Cara poses for a photo in Manhattan, New York City, New York, U.S.
The singer also spoke about her album saying it reflects a lot about how she dealt with anxiety and fears and how she overcame those negative emotions with healing and growth.
She even spoke about how therapy helped her a huge deal in battling mental stress and issues related to it.
Trying to disassociate the stigma related to mental health she also mentioned her medications that help her deal with the anxiety.
She wants to replace the feeling of weakness and vulnerability associated with medications for mental health with strength to come forward and deal with it.
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