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News |  29 Jul 2020 17:26 |  By RnMTeam

Ed Sheeran shares his addictive personality living unhealthy lifestyle

MUMBAI: Looking back on his "addictive personality" and life on the road, Ed Sheeran has lessons to share

In an interview for the Hay House Chasing the Present Summit, the Grammy-winning "Shape of You" singer reflected the unhealthy lifestyle that resulted in what he called the "lowest I've ever been."

That time was in 2015, the year he spent on the road as part of his x World Tour. "For me, it was down to like bad diet, drinking and then not seeing sunlight at all, so I was touring...Oh, and I wasn't exercising," the performer recalled. "I would stay up and drink all night...The buses would park underneath arenas and I'd sleep on the bus all day and then wake up and then come out, do the show, drink, get back on the bus and I didn't see sunlight for like maybe like four months."

Sheeran continued, "It's all fun and games at the start and it's all rock and roll and it's fun and then it starts getting like just, I think that was probably the lowest that I've been."

He noted he also "ballooned in weight" and "just wasn't healthy."

When asked how he felt at the time, the star said, "I guess I kind of felt, 'Was it all...What was the point?'...Actually, I guess in a dark way, you're kind of like, 'Why am I around? Like what is the point?'"

Part of Sheeran's struggle came from what he called "a very, very addictive personality."

"I'm reading Elton John's book at the moment and there are so many things that he did that I do," the star explained. "He would be like, 'I would just go on an ice cream binge and eat four f--king desserts until I threw it up,' and I was like, 'Oh, I've done that before.'"

"Or his martini binges, where he sees how many he can drink," Sheeran continued. "And I'm like, 'I've done that before, too.'"

Sheeran took note of the effects such behavior had on the music icon. "He ends up getting really f--king sad and depressed and all of these things can add to that," Sheeran explained.