TV show host Sharon Osbourne admits she suffered a “complete breakdown” last year and was forced to take a month off work to recuperate.
The 63-year-old star has revealed she was put into a facility by her family in May when her “brain shut down” on her, femalefirst.co.uk reports.
“I had a complete and utter breakdown. I woke up in Cedars-Sinai Hospital and for probably three days I knew nothing. I couldn’t think, I couldn’t talk, I could do nothing. My brain just shut down on me.
“I was doing too much of everything. My brain just totally fused and I just couldn’t cope with anything. My family put me into a facility and in this facility, the diagnose you, there’s therapists, psychiatrists and you do a lot of group therapy.
“And I found for me that the group therapy was the best thing that I could do because there were several people suffering with what I was suffering. My head was like a whirlpool going round and round and round, and not one thought would stay in,” she said.
Sharon is now feeling much better.
Speaking on chat show “The Talk”, she added: “I feel now that I have got a good grip on the problem that I have and I’m in control, it doesn’t control me. So I’m in control of the condition.”