Fortunately, new reports are saying the singer is doing well after her alleged drug overdose. Apparently, as you may be aware by now, Demi Lovato was rushed to the hospital in an ambulance and was in a scary condition.
Upon arriving at Cedars Sinai Medical Center in Los Angeles, Demi was given Naloxone, a drug also known as Narcan that reverses the effects of an overdose,
NBC News was the first to share the good news that the artist is now ‘stable and alert and breathing.’
The good news comes after E! Online reported that Lovato was taken to the hospital under the suspicion that she had overdosed.
At this time nothing has been confirmed, but fans are probably aware that the star opened up about her relapse during her tour.
In fact, she even released a touching song titled Sober through which she expressed how she felt like she’d disappointed her fans and loved ones by breaking her six years of sobriety.
Even before that, Demi Lovato has always been vocal about her struggles with addiction and other problems like bipolarity, in an attempt to bring awareness.
It was heartbreaking for her many loyal supporters when just weeks after she celebrated the six years of sobriety on social media, she gave in to the temptation once again.
‘So grateful for another year of joy, health, and happiness. It IS possible,’ Demi posted in March, talking proudly about her incredible victory.
After relapsing, she continued to be honest with her fan base and so, in June, she released Sober, in an attempt to educate people on how it is a constant battle.