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Will Poulter: I struggled with my mental health during pandemic

Will Poulter shared that he found things tough during the pandemic, he knows "many people" felt the same amid lockdowns and other restrictions.

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Actor Will Poulter shared that he found things tough during the pandemic, and he knows “many people” felt the same amid lockdowns and other restrictions.

The 28-year-old actor told E! News: “To be completely candid with you, I really struggled with my mental health like many people did throughout the pandemic.”

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The ‘Dopesick’ star said his role as Billy Cutler in the miniseries, created by Danny Strong and based on Beth Macy’s 2018 book ‘Dopesick: Dealers, Doctors and the Drug Company that Addicted America’, also proved challenging mentally, reports femalefirst.co.uk.

Poulter noted the cast and crew were “very empathic” towards him, and added: “I’m very grateful to them for that.

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After filming finished on the show, Will took time out to visit his family as he put a renewed focus on his physical and mental health.

He said: “I am a big proponent of physical exercise and the natural endorphins that come from doing that as a means of improving your mental health.”

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Poulter also makes sure to keep a “regulated distance from social media”.

He said: “I try and maintain a kind of healthy and regulated distance from social media, because often on social media you’re exposing yourself to the opinions of people that you don’t know.”

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