“This Is what happens when you get elevated,” the song says.
“The next thing I know, I’m floating on the floor, and I’m like, ‘Wow, I’ve got high blood pressure, high cholesterol, and high blood sugar.
So I do the research, I try to get checked out, and then I try again.””
And then I realize, ‘I’ve got a problem.’
So I do the research, I try to get checked out, and then I try again.”
The lyrics go on to explain the process of getting high: “I’m gonna put on a pair of high-heeled sandals, and we’re gonna run around the park, trying to get people to come in to see me.”
The song also addresses the need for people to get help when they’re in distress, including, “We gotta take care of ourselves,” the line that is often used to describe an anxiety attack.
“I think we should get a lot of help and support and support in this life,” one man told the news outlet.
“I’ve never felt more alive than when I’m feeling high, because I know how I feel.”
For the first time, national health authorities are issuing guidance on how to manage people with anxiety.
“In general, if someone has been experiencing any of the symptoms of anxiety, they should seek medical help immediately,” the advisory says.