Catherine Zeta-Jones has completed treatment for her bipolar disorder ahead of schedule.
The actress "proactively" checked herself into a mental health facility on April 29 for a 30-day program, but she's now back at home, according to her husband, Michael Douglas.
"She comes home tomorrow," Douglas told People magazine on Monday while at the Cannes Film Festival, where he was promoting his HBO film, "Behind the Candelabra." "She's doing a really good job of getting balanced. I'm proud of her."
Douglas seemed thrilled to be getting his wife back after her time in treatment, telling "Extra":
"She’s got herself worked out with her meds and she's raring to go!”
The 43-year-old actress previously sought treatment for bipolar disorder in April 2011, and has been rather open about living with the illness.
"It’s not easy. I’m not the kind of person who likes to shout out my personal issues from the rooftops, but with my bipolar becoming public, I hope fellow sufferers will know it’s completely controllable," Zeta-Jones told InStyle magazine in its December 2012 issue. "I hope I can help remove any stigma attached to it, and that those who don’t have it under control will seek help with all that is available to treat it."
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