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Eamonn Holmes tells Twitter fans he’s having treatment for ‘chronic pain’

The star detailed his struggles on Tuesday morning

Eamonn Holmes has revealed on Twitter that he’s having physio after suffering from “chronic pain”.

The This Morning presenter, 61, shared a photo of himself lying on a physio table to his Twitter page on Tuesday (March 30).

Eamonn told his followers he’s “determined to beat” the pain “however much it hurts”.

What did Eamonn Holmes say?

The star wrote: “Starting the day by tackling the pain from the night before.

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“On the physio table. Chronic pain. Just can’t get it to go away.”

Eamonn added: “Sadly so many of you know the feeling. Thanks for sharing your stories.

Eamonn detailed his struggles with chronic pain on Twitter (Credit: Andy Barnes / SplashNews.com)

“I’m determined to beat this… however much it hurts.”

Fans offered their support to Eamonn in the replies section.

One person said: “Eamonn, I am so sorry to read about your chronic pain. Combined with lack of sleep, it affects quality of life and wellbeing.”

Another wrote: “I hope your physio helps a little. I’ve been suffering for some time now.”

One added: “So sorry to hear you’re in pain Eamonn, I hope the physio has helped a bit.”

Eamonn received support from his fans (Credit: SplashNews.com)

At the weekend, Eamonn detailed his struggle with chronic pain.

In the early hours of Saturday morning, the star tweeted: “In that Twilight Zone between night time and morning.

I’m determined to beat this… however much it hurts.

“Anyone else find these hours the worst…. particularly if you suffer chronic pain?”

As his followers offered their advice, Eamonn replied to one fan: “Poor you… no one really understands do they.

“Sending you the most positive of wishes.”

Eamonn Holmes on This Morning
Eamonn previously spoke about his struggles with sleep (Credit: ITV)

Meanwhile, Eamonn has previously spoken about struggling with a lack of sleep.

In 2018, the star discussed his struggles in Channel 5’s How to Get a Good Night’s Sleep, which he hosted alongside his wife Ruth Langsford.

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At the time, Eamonn said: “I just can’t remember the last time I had a relaxing, restorative sleep.”

After visiting a doctor, the star added: “If you just can’t get shut eye it affects your health mentally. It also affects your health physically.”

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