By looking at her glowing appearance at middle age nobody would suspect Sandra Bullock ever struggled with depression. However, her revelations otherwise show that depression can strike anyone at anytime. Digital Spy reported on Oct. 12, 2013, "Sandra Bullock: 'I struggled with depression on Gravity set'." Bullock, who appears alongside George Clooney in the sci-fi epic "Gravity", has confessed that filming for long periods in isolation was wearing on her state of mind.
Bullock has said, "I was depressed, I was angry, I would get so sad because it was a black room, no human contact, they took away sound." Director Alfonso Cuarón tried to help her out when things got really rough by bringing her son Louis to her. Alfonso sometimes said, "She's cracking, she's cracking, go get the kid." Bullock, who has won an Oscar, has said "Gravity" was one of the most challenging projects of her career.
The Daily Express has reported, "Sandra Bullock battled depression on lonely Gravity shoot." Bullock has been sharing what it was like to suffer from serious bouts of depression and anger on the set of the space disaster movie "Gravity" after she was locked away in an isolation tank for as much as 10 hours at a time. Bullock had to film most of her scenes alone, while she was hooked up with wires in a tank to depict the weightlessness of space for the movie. The intensely lonely sessions dragged down her feelings.
Bullock is remarkably attractive and talented at middle age, and her sharing of this experience with depression could help others who have suffered from depression understand they too can survive this ordeal and move on in life. There's a lot of healthy natural things Bullock can do for herself and share with others to deal with depression. Of course she should give herself the recognition she deserves as a talented and hard working actress and feel good about that.
Bullock should also lead an active lifestyle with daily exercise, preferably outddoors, and eat a healthy diet consisting of a lot of fish, vegetables and fruits. She should also try to avoid junk food. And staying away from booze and drugs is important. Also, continuing to cherish her son Louis should help her maintain herself as the warm, charming and upbeat person she clearly has the capacity to be. Bullock should also feel great about the fact that "Gravity" has turned out to be a spectacular movie.