In a new interview, Grant Denyer opened up about his past health issues. He revealed that his fast-paced lifestyle led to multiple health problems.
Denyer, who previously hosted the Australian morning show “Sunrise,” discussed his health issues during the Along for the Ride podcast with Anthony Madaffari.
Denyer, who was the resident weatherman of the Australian morning show “Sunrise,” said he loved his time on the program.
He said he was able to travel the country and report the weather from different locations.
Denyer noted that he was able to travel the country and report the weather from different locations.
He said that in three and a half years, he had over 700 flights. He eventually fell “into an absolute heap.” The hectic lifestyle caught up with him.
He said that he suffered from chronic fatigue, and he attributed his condition to how he was constantly operating out of adrenaline.
He also noted that he was depleting his organs due to his hectic lifestyle. At one point, he had been visited by a doctor, who said that his organs were running at about 7 percent.
He noted that the doctor warned him that if he didn’t take immediate action, he would die. The doctor told him that he had to do something about his condition or he would die.
Denyer noted that he had to stop trying to push himself and focus on his health because it wasn’t going to get better.
This is not the first time he has opened up about his private life. In July, he posted an Instagram post talking about his battle with self-acceptance.
In his Instagram post, Denyer talked about how he would often get bogged down in fear and constantly beat himself up.
He said that he would also spend a lot of time worrying about the future and not being liked. He added that he was unable to be present for his family and friends due to his hectic schedule.
He also noted that he often found it hard to enjoy the moment because of all the mental distractions he had to deal with.
He said that he was able to reduce his stress levels by taking part in meditation. He added that he was a work in progress and didn’t aim for perfection.