Adele details how losing 7st helped with her chronic pain

Adele discussed suffering from pain for half her life before losing weight and how repairing her body helped her overcome her problems.

Speaking to The Face magazine amid ongoing promotional impact for her upcoming album 30, the Easy On Me singer, 33, spoke candidly about how life has changed since she became famous for shedding 100 pounds to help combat anxiety.

She has revealed that she first slipped at age 15, and when she had a C-section with son Angelo, 9, her problems increased – so since losing weight she can ‘run with it a little more’ and has described her health as a ‘survival metaphor.

Changes: Adele discussed suffering from pain for half her life before losing weight and how repairing her body helped her overcome her problems.

Adele’s photo has been a hot topic since she returned to the spotlight after her 2019 divorce and talked about how physical health helped her anxiety.

Talking about the physical pain she was in before her weight loss, she said, “I’m definitely really happy now… I’m a lot leaner because I can move more now, because of my back. I’ve got my core strong…

I slipped my first tablet when I was 15 from sneezing. I was in bed and sneezed and a fifth flew. In January, I slipped my sixth, the L6. And then since I had a C-section, my heart was useless.

I’ve been in pain in my back for, say, half my life, really. It flares up, usually from stress or from a bit of a situation…

Trace the track (suit)! She wore a jumpsuit bra in some of the shots, her hair pinned into a bow tie and large gold hoops adding to the retro glamour.

Sparkling: She looked sexy standing in Burberry with a bouquet of flowers

Sparkling: She looked sexy standing in Burberry with a bouquet of flowers

But where I got my stomach strong, at the bottom, which I hadn’t had before, my back wasn’t playing much. It means I can do more, I can run with my baby a little more.

And on how her health has improved and changed, she continues, “But I love feeling strong, I really love it. I love it. I was lifting weights this morning, and I’m up from what I was doing two weeks ago…

“When I feel like I have the weight of the world — from my world at least — on my shoulder, I can handle it a little bit more because I’ve gained 10 pounds. It was really just a metaphor for survival.

In an accompanying photo shoot for the magazine, Adele looked stunning as she appeared on the cover in a Burberry raincoat while holding roses across her face, hair pulled back and heavy gold earrings in place.

The new version of The Face is now available to buy theface, com/buy-magazine

LOOKS GOOD: Speaking to The Face magazine Amid their ongoing promotional impact for her upcoming album 30, the Easy On Me singer, 33, spoke candidly about how life has changed since she slipped from number seven to help combat anxiety (Image left earlier this year). , in 2008)

Before: Adele was photographed in 2008

LOOKS GOOD: Speaking to The Face magazine Amid their ongoing promotional impact for her upcoming album 30, the Easy On Me singer, 33, spoke candidly about how life has changed since she slipped from number seven to help combat anxiety (Image left earlier this year). , in 2008)

Adele’s split from Angelo’s father Simon Konecki, whom she married in 2011, surfaced on Good Friday 2019, after which she began battling her problems.

She has since revealed that she changed her life – including quitting drinking and exercising to curb her mental health.

After losing the weight, which she insists was not related to the image but to her mental state, she now admits that she feels stronger as a person.

Adele has been doing rigorous weightlifting and circuit training sessions every day — twice a day if her anxiety is high — for three years and still continues.

Radiant: She had her trademark length acrylic nails while posing for a glowy shot

Radiant: She had her trademark length acrylic nails while posing for a glowy shot

Elsewhere in her interview with The Face, she also discussed the controversy she sparked last year when she was accused of cultural appropriation.

In a nod to the canceled Notting Hill Carnival, she shared a photo showing her in the garden of her $9.5 million Beverly Hills home, her hair in a bantu knot while wearing a Jamaican flag bikini.

While some have claimed that the singer has been taking advantage of black culture through her athletic style, many have pointed out that the star was raised in Tottenham, London and has been surrounded by black culture her whole life.

She admitted in the chat that she “failed to read the room”.

She said, “There was a lot going on in America at the time. I didn’t read the room and I had to have sex because I live in America…

‘But my’ [Black] Girlfriends here, like: Are you okay? We’re personally not offended because we know you, but that’s why [people are upset]. “…

Moving and trembling: Her dance moves captured in one of the stunning shots

Moving and trembling: Her dance moves captured in one of the stunning shots

The bigger question is why did I feel the need to post a king when I’m a private one anyway. I was having a lovely day out with my friends in Jamaica and that was the feeling of Notting Hill Carnival for me, as ever. But I didn’t give this any context either.

Adele previously discussed her disappointment with reading comments women made about her remarkable weight loss.

The Hello star, historically featured on the cover of both American Vogue and British Vogue last month, has been candid about her dramatic transformation, admitting that she is “addicted” to exercise.

Keep Moving: Talking about the physical pain she was in before losing the weight, she said:

Keep Moving: Talking about the physical pain she was in before losing the weight, she said, “I’m definitely really happy now…I’m leaner because I can move more now, because of my back. I’ve got my core strong”

However, she has admitted that the downside of it all is hearing other women make “brutal comments” about changing her appearance.

She said, “My body has been a subject throughout my career. It’s not just now. I understand why it is a shock. I understand why some women are particularly affected…

‘Visually she represented a lot of women. But I’m still the same person,” he said, adding that the worst part was: “It was the wildest of conversations other women had about my body. I was very disappointed with that. This hurt my feelings.

Problems: Adele's split from Angelo's father Simon Konecki, whom she married in 2011, appeared on Good Friday 2019 and then began battling her problems

Problems: Adele’s split from Angelo’s father Simon Konecki, whom she married in 2011, appeared on Good Friday 2019 and then began battling her problems

Explaining what drove her to lose her incredible weight over a two-year period, she said: “It was because of my anxiety. Work, I will feel better.

In May 2020, Adele became the trending topic on Twitter to share a photo of her on Instagram where she looked incredibly different.

Many fans have taken to social media to respond to the photos – some have said they “missed” old Adele, others have gone so far as to criticize her weight loss, but she emphasized that she was “still the same person”.

The new version of The Face is now available to buy theface, com/buy-magazine

Oh Honey: Elsewhere in her interview with The Face, she also discussed the controversy she sparked last year when she was accused of cultural appropriation.

Oh Honey: Elsewhere in her interview with The Face, she also discussed the controversy she sparked last year when she was accused of cultural appropriation.

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