The UK artist details the life-changing impact the diagnosis has had on her life, making her reevaluate her lifestyle choices and led her down a “much more spiritual path”.
She has also reduced her workload and taken more time to relax, noting the toll of the pressures of the music industry.
Hannah said: “Whilst I’m on the subject of my work I feel it’s important to note that stress is one of, if not the leading cause of disease and the music industry 100% fucks with your mental health which of course plays a part with one’s cortisol levels. I wish for people who maliciously attack other humans publicly via their keyboard and social media, often armed with just an irrelevant opinion and no real facts or grounds, to know the real damage they can cause.”
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It’s exactly 18 months to the date I found out I had breast cancer. I DJ’d at my U.K. tour date in Cardiff that very night and in Bournemouth the next day. On March 14th I had surgery and I completed my U.K. tour in Birmingham on March 18th - yes I was very sore the next day! Although I DJ’d and danced like I was happy and fine the reality was my world had just turned upside down... *SWIPE RIGHT* Pt. 1.