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Danielle Lloyd's Mum, Jackie, On Living With Fibromyalgia And Depression

Tuesday 30 January 2018


From UK newspaper the Liverpool Echo:


Jackie Lloyd
Jackie Lloyd mother of model Danielle Lloyd speaks out
about battling with Fibromyalgia at her home in Aigburth

Danielle Lloyd's mum on living with depression and 'invisible illness'

Jackie said: “I went through a very stressful time after Danielle was thrust into the public eye"

By Tom Belger Social Affairs Reporter
27 January 2018
Copyright © 2013-2018. All rights reserved.

Danielle Lloyd’s mum has opened up about her battle with chronic pain and depression to raise awareness of an “invisible illness”.

Jackie Lloyd, 57, from Aigburth, said fibromyalgia had taken over her life, leaving her unable to work, socialise or even walk short distances without being overwhelmed by exhaustion.

She said she regularly struggled to get to sleep until 5am because of the condition, which leaves an estimated 1 in 20 people with fatigue and pain all over but is not well-known.

Ms Lloyd said the huge level of attention her daughter, then only 20, had suddenly faced in the mid-2000s after winning Miss England may have played a part in the illness.


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