Brooke Mueller Ordered to Undergo Therapy

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Still recovering from pneumonia, Brooke Mueller has been ordered to undergo stress reduction and psychological therapy sessions.

"The doctors told Brooke on Sunday that if she wants to get better she has to reduce stress and get a lot of R&R in the coming weeks," an insider told People. "Her mom is checking out spas around the country now."

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Sounds like the best prescription we've ever heard of.

Mueller has pneumonia in both lungs, which makes it difficult for her to breathe. She's still stuck in the intensive care unit of a Los Angles hospital, where she's been receiving a dose of strong antibiotics for close to a week.

The doctors treating Brooke blame her slow recovery on the enormous stress in her life, a lot of which is a result of the Christmas Eve incident where she was allegedly beaten and threatened by Charlie Sheen.

"The doctors basically said Brooke is not going to get better without taking her health in her own hands and reducing the stress surrounding her life," said the source. "She has to do it now."

On February 8, Mueller and Sheen are due in court to see if a judge will lift an order of protection against the actor.

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