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“I’d be dead”: Jamie Lee Curtis on the Perils of Fentanyl and Addiction

Jamie Lee Curtis on Fentanyl and Addiction
Written by PsychePen

“If fentanyl was as easily available as it is today, I’d be dead”

Summary: Jamie Lee Curtis, the renowned actress, has candidly spoken about her past struggles with opioid addiction. In a recent interview, she expressed her concerns about the current opioid crisis, emphasizing that if fentanyl had been as accessible during her addiction years as it is now, she might not have survived.

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Fentanyl’s Dangers Highlighted by Jamie Lee Curtis’s Addiction Story

“If fentanyl was as easily available as it is today, I’d be dead”

Jamie Lee Curtis, the iconic actress known for her roles in films like “Halloween” and “True Lies,” has opened up about her past battles with addiction. In a recent interview, Curtis discussed her personal struggles with opioids and the broader implications of the current opioid crisis. She highlighted the dangers of fentanyl, a potent synthetic opioid, and expressed her belief that if this drug had been as easily available during her years of addiction as it is today, she might not be alive.

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Curtis’s addiction began after she was prescribed painkillers for a minor surgical procedure in the late 1980s. Over time, her dependency on the drugs grew, leading to a decade-long battle with addiction. The actress has been sober for over 20 years now, but she remains vocal about the challenges of addiction and the importance of seeking help.

The opioid crisis has been a significant concern in recent years, with fentanyl-related deaths on the rise. Fentanyl is 50 to 100 times more potent than morphine and has been linked to a surge in overdose deaths. Curtis’s comments on the drug underscore the dangers it poses, especially to those struggling with addiction.

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In the interview, Curtis also emphasized the importance of compassion and understanding when dealing with addiction. She believes that society needs to approach the issue with empathy and provide the necessary support to those in need. By sharing her personal journey, Curtis hopes to shed light on the challenges of addiction and inspire others to seek help.

[Source: NME]
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