Olivia Attwood revealed to fans that she had suffered a panic attack while spending time at home Thursday morning.
The 28-year-old reality star took advantage of her Instagram stories to make the revelation, after being “self-medicated” and recovering by relaxing in the sun on her balcony.
She said in her video clip: “ I had a really bad panic attack this morning. I will not go into details. I had to take care of myself. I’m a bit far with the fairies.
Panic attack: Olivia Attwood revealed to fans that she had suffered a panic attack spending time at home Thursday morning
After plugging in her Come Together: Sex Talks by LELO podcast, she assured her fans in a follow-up video: “ Don’t worry … I don’t think I took a panic attack because I’m isolated, I do it all the time.
“ This is just one of the fun features that accompany my personality in the Liv Package. It’s about 10 personalities, the strange panic attack … No one is perfect, you know what I mean?
Olivia’s posts on Instagram come after she claimed that playing on Love Island was worse than being isolated from the coronavirus epidemic, because the competitors were “ controlled and contained. ”
Self-medication The 28-year-old reality star took advantage of his Instagram stories to make the revelation, after having “self-medicated” and recovering while relaxing in the sun on his balcony
The beauty of reality says that despite the weather and the swimming pool of Mallorca, the actors suffered from not being able to speak to their loved ones or leave the front door.
In an exclusive interview with MailOnline, she said, “We were more contained, there was more control. In the villa, you couldn’t call anyone or walk around. On the contrary, it was worse!
Olivia, who starred on ITV2 in 2017, said, “ The only thing I can compare to is Love Island.
“Obviously there was a big cast and they were playing with us all the time, so we never really got a chance to get bored.
“ You couldn’t call anyone or walk around ”: Olivia recently said that living in the Love Island villa was “ worse ” than being isolated from the coronavirus epidemic
“It was hot and there was a swimming pool, but we were confined. On the contrary, it was worse because I couldn’t speak to any family member or use my phone.
“Right now, I can talk to my real friends and I’m not just stuck with a bunch of strangers.
“ We were more contained, there was more control, you couldn’t call anyone or walk around, but with the coronavirus, you can walk outside your front door as long as you are under directions.
“ You can do whatever you want and have a glass of wine, while at Love Island you ate when you were told to eat and had a minimum of alcohol. Without forgetting that the whole country looked at you and judged you!
“If anything, it was worse!”: The reality star said that the contestants were “controlled and contained” and that the actors suffered from not being able to speak to their loved ones.
Olivia, who is currently isolated at her Manchester home with fiance Bradley Dack, 26, said she was scared of the future after all of the plans, including the shooting of TOWIE and her new reality show, have been suspended.
She said, “I’m not going to lie; Obviously, the situation makes me nervous, because it makes anyone.
“That’s it, without routine, without knowing if it will last three weeks or three months. I’m not good at not being mentally busy, so I worry about it.
“It is scary that everything is stopped, like most industries. Filming for TOWIE was scheduled to start last week but has been delayed indefinitely.
‘I’m worried’: TOWIE’s Olivia is currently isolated at her Manchester home with fiance Bradley Dack – and says she’s scared of the future after the ITVBe series is suspended
But the star says she feels relieved after finding glory on Love Island and spending years saving her income in times of trouble.
She continued, “I tried to keep some perspective. I am happy that overall I was quite sensitive financially, I saved my money, I have a huge tax bill to come.
“It’s in times like these that you can really get stuck. Our industry is so unpredictable anyway.
“Every six months since Love Island that I still work and that I have a contract, I am very grateful because I did not expect it.
“ It’s a scary time ”: Olivia said most industries have shut down television following the epidemic, which relieves her of being financially reasonable over the years
“I have always made sure I have money for my taxes and money for my bills, but I know a lot of people in my industry who have not been so careful. It’s a scary moment. ”
The glamorous former islander has promised to temporarily give up her beauty regimen in light of the coronavirus epidemic, which locked the country this week.
She said, “ I’m going to use this as a chance to not wear makeup and let my skin breathe. I’m going to remove my extensions and give my hair some time to recover.
“It’s a good time to let go of all the things you usually need to keep on top, especially in our industry, to let go and recover.”
Recovery time: the ex-glamorous islander has promised to temporarily give up her beauty regimen in light of the coronavirus epidemic, which locked the country this week