Jennifer Aniston shares a difficult health diagnosis with her fans


Rebecca Lewis

Friends star Jennifer Aniston shared how her sleep insomnia became something she “really struggled with” after years of not believing it was a priority.

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“It used to be the last thing on the list, but you can’t really stick to the three pillars of health – which are diet, exercise and sleep – if you can’t really exercise. and you can’t really eat well if you haven’t slept well because your body clock is so completely messed up,” she explained.

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The actress revealed that she has struggled with insomnia, sleepwalking and anxiety over the years.

“I think it started somewhere in your 30s or even earlier, but you just don’t start noticing the effects of not getting enough sleep when you’re younger because you’re so invincible,” he said. 53-year-old man to People. .

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“It started out as something I would just accept, then all of a sudden you realize the effects of your lack of sleep and how it’s affecting your day, your work, your mind and your physique.”

Jennifer lives with her dog Lord Chesterfield in Los Angeles, and she recently commemorated National Love Your Pet Day with an adorable video of her showering her puo with lots of love and affection. The video was taken from inside Jen’s gorgeous home, which revealed a fireplace and lush greenery in the background.

Jen shared this adorable snap

Jen looked casual yet chic in a white t-shirt, jeans and black pointy toe shoes. The video catches her on her knees as she grabs Lord Chesterfield’s face and hugs him.

The adorable video was shared on the Instagram page of Lolavie, the actress’ latest venture, a hair care brand.

The Friends star said to his beloved pet, “You’re a Lolavie boy,” just before giving him a soft kiss on the forehead. The brand captioned the video with: “Good boy with nice hair!” The caption continues to explain, “Remember ALL of our products are vegan and cruelty-free, which means we don’t drive,


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