Love Island’s Olivia Attwood opens up on ADHD diagnosis

The 26-year-old was documenting her train journey on Instagram, and revealed to her 1.6million followers that she had forgotten her diary.

And it seems she was inundated with replies, as her fans questioned why she was so upset about leaving behind her journal.

Addressing the response, the Love Islander took to her story where she spoke about her struggle with ADHD.

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‘I was diagnosed with ADHD many many years ago and writing lists is one thing I was taught to do that helps me organise my thoughts.’

‘Every night before bed I right the next day in order of what I’m gong to do, even things as simple as’ ‘eat breakfast’,’ she revealed.

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  • Publisher: Metro
  • Date: 2019-02-08T08:12:55+0000
  • Author: abigailgillibrand
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Love Island’s Olivia Attwood reveals she was diagnosed with ADHD ‘many years ago’

Olivia’Attwood stepped out in London on Thursday after revealing just hours earlier she was’diagnosed with attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) ‘many years ago’ in a candid’Instagram‘post.

The Love Island star, 27, was pictured outside’The London EDITION hotel in’Fitzrovia as she dined with a pal and enjoyed a cigarette.’

Olivia cut a casual figure in a pair of grey ripped skinny jeans and then a black jumper which said ‘rock & roll’ on it.’

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The reality star styled her blonde locks into a high bun, she added a slick of make-up and a pair of black thick framed glasses.

Love Island’s Olivia Attwood reveals she’s got ADHD and has to make lists to stay calm

The Love Island star told fans about her condition today on Instagram after fuming that she’d left her ‘to-do list and diary’ at home while on a day trip.

Attention deficit hyperactivity disorder can spark symptoms of inattentiveness, hyperactivity and impulsiveness.

The reality star, who recently moved into a new pad with boyfriend Bradley Dack, 25, set up a poll about her lists and‘went on to write ‘you guys asking why I love writing lists lol so’

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