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Eamonn Holmes “unable to sleep” because This Morning’s absence is about fans UK News

A restless Eamonn Holmes has revealed chronic pain kept him awake as his absence from This Morning this week worried fans.

The popular presenter first announced in March that he was in the hospital after being struck with excruciating pain, telling his many Twitter followers: “My pain has not gone away, but naturally and unfortunately for me, the professionals who analyze and diagnose are on an Easter vacation.

“So to everyone, to the Twitter community, to family and friends who ask, ‘What’s wrong? “Unfortunately, I won’t know until the middle of next week.”

Since then, Eamonn has made a few appearances on This Morning alongside his wife Ruth Langsford, who admitted she felt “helpless” over her condition.

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Last week, Eamonn got some positive news when he told fans he felt he was “making progress” after physical therapy sessions and steroid injections for pain relief.

But it looks like he’s having a rough week as he took to Twitter in the early hours of Tuesday to write: “Not a drop of sleep in me tonight I’m scared”

Eamonn Holmes battles chronic pain as he returns to This Morning and admits that
Eamonn Holmes battles chronic pain as he returns to This Morning, admits “things got worse”

One follower replied, “Suffering from chronic pain is awful. It takes over your life – you can’t sleep and deal with fatigue and headaches during the day.

“I have struggled my whole life, but there are ways to help me. I am going to have more back surgeries in the coming weeks, so I know your pain.”

Eamonn’s tweet came as This Morning viewers wondered why he and Ruth weren’t hosting the show for half of the term, after being confirmed as “vacation cover” for Phillip Schofield and Holly Willoughby when ‘they lost their Friday slot to Alison Hammond and Dermot O’Leary.

Alison and Dermot have been running the ITV show all week, but many viewers wanted and expected to see Eamonn and Ruth at the helm.

One of them tweeted: “Eamonn and Ruth … please come back!” and a second posted: “How come Eamonn and Ruth don’t perform this week, I thought it was always them over the holidays?” to which another fan replied: “Eamonn slipped a record according to his twitter page so that could explain their absence”

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