Louise Thompson has shared her morning qigong routine with fans amid her ongoing mental health battle.
The former Made in Chelsea star, 32, who recently opened up to her 1.4 million Instagram followers in a seven-minute long video after being rushed back to the hospital, has now shared the daily practice that helps her to "find balance" and "stability".
A clip posted on July 20, shows the star in a red long sleeve maxi dress in front of a camera going through the motions of her qigong session. And with her hair pulled back into a ponytail, she demonstrates the full body process after saying how much she has been struggling.
In her lengthy captions, she wrote: "Struggling quite a lot this morning.
"I have to be honest I feel a great sense of comfort and connectedness sharing on here. I feel a sense of safety like nothing can go wrong because we're all in this together. So I hope you don't mind but I'm going to stick with it.
"This is my morning qigong routine that helps me find balance and a teeny tiny bit of stability in routine. I only started a week ago when back in hospital but it is going to be a daily practice."
Louise has been open and honest about her health issues and has even begun to question why she is no longer the person she once was.
"Sometimes I think how the heck did this all happen to me? Give me my old brain back. I beg of you."
The young mum continued by detailing why her morning has become "so hard" adding: "I am trying to lower my mirtazapine dose. I really just want to stabilise my body and brain naturally.
"I'm 4 days into a lower dose and this morning I feel all over the place, I feel really dizzy and confused and quiet outer body. Like I don't know where to place myself. I can't sit down or think straight. I like my nervous system is malfunctioning. Thank goodness Leo is at nursery and I have Ryan."
The beauty said due to a " boring hospital infusion" on July 21 and " non negotiable medical appointment this week", she is unable to attend her "besties wedding in Greece."
She recently told her followers that she was “not going to sugar coat things” after her “b*oody rough ride over the past year".
She added: “My life went from a 9/10 to a 1/10 in the space of about a month. I didn’t do anything to deserve it, but sh*t just happened. I survived a house fire, a few near death experiences, a long old stint in hospital, and some CATASTROPHIC mental health breakdowns."
The brunette shared information about her ordeals and how she’d been dealing with trauma and PTSD since the traumatic birth of her son Leo-Hunter.
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