Eamonn Holmes in 2am post to chronic pain sufferers telling them ‘I am doing my best’ | Celebrity News | Showbiz & TV
This Morning star Eamonn Holmes took to Twitter in the early hours of the morning to share a tweet about chronic pain. The 61-year-old promised to raise awareness after suffering with the infliction himself.
Earlier this year, Eamonn revealed that he was in pain due to three slipped discs.
Initially he was unaware of the cause and was admitted to hospital for investigation.
The ITV star has previously spoken of the pain he was in and how it had disturbed his sleep, exacerbating the problem.
Last night, he was inundated with replies after sending a prayer on social media to those suffering.
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Many took to the comments section of his post to share their thoughts and thank the presenter for shining a light on chronic pain.
“Thank you again for raising awareness Eamonn, you’re helping so many, more than you know. We appreciate it so much. Hope your physio is helping you feel a little better, Night night,” one follower wrote.
“Oh @EamonnHolmes thank you so much. Sitting here and the pain is awful tonight. I really needed to read this kindness. You are doing so much good raising awareness of #ChronicPain. Thank you so much. Can be so lonely at times. Thank you. Don’t give up!” another added.
A third remarked: “You’re doing great raising awareness, don’t stress please it can make #ChronicPain worse hope you managed some restful sleep. Take care please.”(sic)
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While a fourth said: “Another night of pain from #RA how can it be time to get up again already? Existing not living isn’t fun, each day we all carry on because there’s no other way to be x thanks for your tweets they do help.”(sic)
During an appearance on This Morning earlier in the year, Eamonn said it was “awful” not being able to sleep at night due to the pain.
He was seen using a crutch to move around the studio.
Following his diagnosis, Eamonn has been undergoing physiotherapy as well as having steroid injections.