Yolanda Hadid returns to Instagram after 9 months of cleansing


Yolanda Hadid announced her comeback on Instagram with a touching message for her fans.

Here’s everything you need to know.

Yolanda Hadid is back on Instagram.

Yolanda Hadid shared the news of her return to social media platforms on Instagram.

On Sunday, Hadid shared a post with fans announcing the end of his social media “detox”.

The broadcaster shared an image of herself smiling, sitting on a cushion with water glistening behind her.

She revealed the reason why she temporarily left Instagram, focusing on her mental and physical health.

A mother of three noted that the battle with Lyme disease and depression followed after her mother’s death followed a period of rest.

Hadid said, “It was a time to reevaluate my life after returning from a nine-month SNS hiatus. After losing my mother, I really struggled with depression and Lyme relapse… . Emotional stress and sadness had a huge impact on the immune system.’

As you may not know, Hadid lost her mother, Ans van den Herrick, to cancer in August 2019. She was 78 years old.

She also said, ‘My phone addiction didn’t help either, and it was starting to take way too much time for me to exist in my life’.

The 58-year-old ex-model realized that ‘we’re slowly starting to lose our communication skills and that it’s creating a deep loneliness within us.’

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She also pointed out that “it’s been a wonderful reset to break the habit of touching my phone 50 times a day.”

The former Real Housewives star of Beverly Hills said, ‘I learned to focus on me and my health journey and to be present in this moment of my life.’

She ended the long post by typing, ‘I’m happy to come back and see what you’ve been up to’.

Yolanda Hadid Fights Lyme Disease

Yolanda Hadid was diagnosed with severe chronic neurological Lyme disease after visiting a doctor in Belgium in 2012.

Meanwhile, she underwent vascular autonomic control (TVAM) treatment in 2016. This procedure is an attempt to reduce symptoms of Lyme disease, such as fatigue and brain fog.

Moreover, Hadid wrote in his memoirs, ‘I was such a fighter, but I had to surrender. God, take me to the waves. I can’t live like this one more day. Please move my body. I just want to disappear.’

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