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Dwayne Johnson stresses importance of mental health as he urges fans to 'ask for help'

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He has been open about his extraordinary exercise and diet routines to get into shape for his blockbuster movie roles.But Dwayne Johnson also focused on the important of mental health in a digression from his new Men's Health cover story, which was published on Wednesday.The 50-year-old pro wrestler–turned–actor urged his fans to 'ask for help' when they were in a dark place, while stressing that there is 'no shame' in reaching out to others.

Reaching out: Dwayne 'The Rock' Johnson, 50, opened up about his struggles with depression and the importance of asking for help in a new Men's Health interview; seen October 17 in LondonJohnson explained to the health magazine that learning to ask for help was a major turning point for him.'I think one of the defining, seminal moments in my life was when I really realized the power and the value of asking for help,' he explained. 'Vulnerability.

You know, really kind of checking your ego at the door.' He noted that societal attitudes can prevent men in particular from sharing their problems with others. 'As guys, we have a tendency to not ask for help.

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