The model and former star of the serious TV show Come Dancing suffered from burnout after appearing on the show in 2016 but says her life has given her a better understanding of how to figure out what’s going on. positive thing
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Daisy Lowe says friends should take note if someone they’re close to suddenly goes silent because it can be a key sign that things aren’t right.
The 33-year-old model credits having a good baby with a partner as one of the key ways to keep herself happy and healthy as she talks about a balanced life.
Daisy has struggled with low points throughout her life and career as she experiences burnout after accepting eight jobs a day, losing her beloved grandmother, ‘Fast Eddie’ and suffered a breakdown after she was on Serious Come Dancing in 2016 which all culminated in a few stays in rehabilitation centers.
The model said that after overcoming her lows, she has a more holistic view of her life overall – with the lows in her life helping her to appreciate the most.
The Sun on Sunday shared a lengthy interview with Daisy, where she shared some important tips for keeping yourself happy.
She believes that fresh air and exercise are key factors for a healthy life. Exercise always changes things, but not to the point of obsession or addiction, but just to get that serotonin through your body.”
She continued: “I did yoga during the lockdown. The world seems to be coming to an end so I definitely find solace in the power of breathing and meditation.
“Nothing compares to a good hot tub and candles, with salt in the water.”
Daisy then advises: “I also love talking to my partner. It’s important to talk because when someone stops talking and goes silent, that’s when you know they’re really struggling and something is up.”
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She also explains that writing gratitude lists, watching classic comedies like Bridesmaids, and cooking all help her stay focused, upbeat, and happy.
Back in 2020, Daisy shared about the burnout she went through after competing on the serious page.
She said at the time: “The strangest thing happened. I think I was so exhausted that I lost the ability to speak.
“All I can really say is, ‘I’m sad’ or ‘I’m scared’ or ‘I’m really nervous’. I ended up saying, “God, how long is this going to take?”
Daisy soon finds herself suffering physically and mentally as a result of exhaustion.
“I went to the doctors and I contracted clinical depression. I have been tried a few different antidepressants and all of them have had very adverse effects. I haven’t slept in four months. Insomnia is unbearable. I was shaking, lost my appetite and my hair started falling out. This is terrible “.
The model’s mother, fashion designer Pearl Lowe, 51, then asked Daisy to go to John McKeown’s rehab facility, Ibiza Calm, for treatment – where she learned to talk through problems and says she has been dealing with her depression through yoga and kickboxing classes. .
Daisy later moved back to the UK but found herself struggling to cope after signing up for many new projects.
She then returned to the Ibiza Calm to restore her second round health.
“I think I got more out of my second period because I wasn’t afraid to be there,” she explains.
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https://www.mirror.co.uk/3am/daisy-lowe-shares-top-tips-26454232 Daisy Lowe shares her top tips for happiness and how to spot if a friend is struggling