Nadiya Hussain has oral out about her battle with a panic disorder, observant that it’s like ‘living with a monster’.
Speaking in a new talk with comedian John Bishop the former Bake Off champion has certified she struggles with her panic on a day-to-day basis
‘My whole life revolves around not descending apart,’ she confessed on In Conversation With, contrast the condition to having a real-life beast by her side.
‘I report it as a monster,’ Nadiya explained. ‘Some days the beast shouts in my face, no matter where we spin he will keep cheering at me, we can’t get him out of my face.
‘Other days he’s behind me and he’ll daub me on the shoulder a little bit here and there by the day and we can omit him completely.
She went on: ‘Other days we can put him in my pocket. He’s always there.’
Nadiya combined that while she has incited to medical experts to try and conquer the problem, she refuses to take remedy since she is worried about the outcome it will have on her.
‘I’ve spent my whole life trying to find a cure,’ she revealed. ‘You’ll go to the doctors and they will give you pills and then you just won’t feel anything. What’s the indicate in not feeling anything?
‘It’s never going to go away, we have to learn to live with my monster, he’s always going to be there.’
Nadiya is now versus The Big Family Cooking Showdown alongside Zoe Ball, with the show airing on Thursday nights on BBC Two at 8pm.
Meanwhile In Conversation With John Bishop front on Thursday night on W at 9pm.