Yolanda Hadid returns to Instagram after nine months of cleaning
Yolanda Hadid has announced her return on Instagram with an emotional message for her fans.
Here is everything you need to know.
Yolanda Hadid is back on Instagram
Yolanda Hadid took to Instagram to break the news of her return to the social media platform.
On Sunday, Hadid shared a post with her fans announcing the end of her ‘detox’ from social media.
The TV personality shared an image of herself smiling as she sat on cushions with the water glistening behind her.
He explained his reasons for temporarily leaving Instagram, which was focused on his mental and physical health.
The mother of three mentioned that the hiatus came after her mother’s death, followed by her battle with Lyme disease and depression.
Hadid began: ‘I’m back from a 9 month hiatus from social media, a time to re-evaluate my life. After the loss of my mother, I really struggled with depression followed by a relapse of Lyme… the emotional stress and grief took a heavy toll on my immune system.’
If you didn’t know, Hadid lost her mother, Ans van den Herik, to cancer in August 2019. She was 78 years old.
He further continued: “My phone addiction didn’t help either, it started to take away a lot of time from being present in my life.”
The 58-year-old former model said: “I realized that little by little we are starting to lose the art of communication and it is creating a deep loneliness within us.”
He further noted, “This has been a wonderful reboot, time to break the habit of picking up my phone 50 times a day.”
The former Real Housewives of Beverly Hills star shared, “Learning to focus on me, my health journey, and being present at this time in my life.”
Additionally, she ended her lengthy post by writing, “I’m excited to be back and see what you guys have been up to.”
Yolanda Hadid’s battle with Lyme disease
Yolanda Hadid was diagnosed with severe chronic neurological Lyme disease after visiting a doctor in Belgium in 2012.
In the meantime, he underwent TVAM treatment, that is, transvascular autonomic modulation in 2016. This procedure tries to reduce the symptoms of Lyme disease, such as fatigue and mental confusion.
In addition, Hadid wrote in her memoirs: “I am a great fighter, but I had to give up.” God please carry me away on a wave. I can’t live like this one more day. Please take my body away. I just want to disappear.’