Eamonn Holmes ‘living a waking nightmare’ as he fights chronic pain

Eamonn Holmes is suffering from chronic pain (Picture: Instagram/Rex)

Eamonn Holmes has revealed he was kept up all night due to his chronic back pain and only managed to get two hours of kip.

The This Morning presenter, 61, was recently in hospital after suffering ‘pain like I’ve never experienced in my life’ and it looks like he’s not out of the woods yet.

‘Well time to check in again ….. who’s not having a good night?’ Eamonn tweeted in the middle of the night. ‘Who has pain that’s stopping them being in a beautiful dream?

‘Who is living a waking nightmare through #ChronicPain?  Just trying to get us all speaking to each other and offering comfort and support.’

In another tweet, Eamonn penned: ‘Ok so body decided I was enjoying those 2 hours of sleep too much!  Pain at its worst lying down.  So anyone know how to sleep standing up?  Just asking for a friend.

Last Thursday, Eamonn shared that he was in hospital to get checked out after suffering severe pain.

Sharing a selfie of himself wearing a mask, he tweeted: ‘At hospital… pain like I’ve never experienced in my life. Need to find out what’s causing this. Wish me well.’

On Friday’s edition of Good Morning Britain, presenter Charlotte Hawkins shared on-air that Eamonn had left hospital and was recovering at home.

‘Just to say, because I was messaging Eamonn last night, when I saw the picture he put up. Obviously everyone was worried about how he is,’ she said.

‘He said, “Don’t be worrying about visiting me.” He says “I’m not in hospital”, he was at hospital for tests.

‘But of course, we do send him all our love, get well soon Eamonn. We’re thinking of you.’

Despite his health battle, Eamonn is due to return to This Morning on Monday alongside his wife Ruth Langsford.

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