Around the 30-minute mark, Amell began to complain of feeling hot and nauseated, declining Rosenbaum’s offer to drive him home and saying instead that he needed to walk. In the second half of the interview, Rosenbaum applauds Amell for returning to the show, with the Arrow star revealing that he had visited a doctor shortly before the podcast and found out he was physically fit. "Realizing nothing was f***ing wrong with me and that's when you have the moment of realization like, 'Oh my god, it's in my head',” he said.View this post on Instagram
Amell is of course not the first actor to find himself dealing with intense exhaustion and mental health issues after wrapping a show. In 2019, Game of Thrones star Kit Harington sought treatment for stress and negative emotions at the Privé-Swiss clinic in Connecticut following the end of his hugely popular run as Jon Snow.[video_embed id='1800966']Prince Harry and Ed Sheeran team up for Mental Health Day[/video_embed]When it comes to mental health, every action counts! Join the conversation on Bell Let’s Talk Day, January 29, and help create positive change for those living with mental health issues. For every text message, mobile or long-distance call made by Bell, Bell Aliant and Bell MTS customers, Bell will donate five cents to Canadian mental health initiatives. The same goes for anyone sending a tweet using #BellLetsTalk, watching the Bell Let’s Talk Day video on Twitter, Instagram, Facebook, YouTube or Snapchat, or using the Bell Let’s Talk Facebook frame or Snapchat filter. But that’s just the first step: Visit letstalk.bell.ca for more ways you can effect change and build awareness around mental health.
I did Rosey’s podcast after Arrow ended. We had to cut it short because I had a full on panic attack. It wasn’t pretty. I came back a few weeks ago to chat about it. I was in a really bad spot and I’m happy to report that I’m doing much better. Listen please :) https://t.co/bpnUDqtQZN— Stephen Amell (@StephenAmell) January 21, 2020