Dave Navarro has shared a concerning update on his health with his fans.
Dave Navarro’s band Jane’s Addiction was scheduled to perform at the Welcome to Rockville festival. However, they decided not to go through with their plans and allowed Porno for Pyros to have a place. very first meeting in 26 years instead.
Is Dave Navarro okay?
In a Instagram post since deletedNavarro said he has been suffering since December due to the lingering effects of COVID-19.
“If some of you are still in pain long after your negative results, I’m just saying you’re not alone. The fatigue and isolation are pretty awful, but try to spend your time with those you love and stay creative. That’s how I’m trying to get through this story. Also, a lot of spiritual practices, meditation and yoga have been very helpful. It’ll be fine, but I don’t know when,” he said. prosecuted by Ultimate classic rock and culture.
He shared the update with a photo of himself sitting naked on a piano.
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As for why he chose the image despite not being related to his update, Navarro explained that he needed to find some fun or levity somewhere.
With that, he thanked his fans for their support as he continues on his path to a full recovery.
After missing the Welcome to Rockville festival, Jane’s Addiction will play the Lollapalooza festival on July 31 before going on tour with Smashing Pumpkins.
Dave Navarro also struggles with mental health issues
While working on his health, Navarro celebrates worked on mental illness and mental health thanks to an artistic collaboration with the artist LA PADHiA. The duo created fine art, street art and prints, under the name Dueling Diagnosis.
“I think in many ways PADHiA [who is a PTSD survivor] and me working together as Duel Diagnosis is part of our recovery process. I can’t tell you how many times we’ve been like, “Man, if it wasn’t for you, I don’t know if I’d be breathing.” We’ve had some dark times recently,” Navarro said. Variety.
His struggles with heroin is part of his 2004 memoir“Don’t try this at home.”
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