Bella Hadid reveals she has six months of sobriety – after admitting she would lose control after wild nights out
Bella Hadid is serious about being sober.
On Tuesday, she shared with fans that she’s now gone six months without alcohol — by posting a screenshot of a sober combat-style app on her phone to celebrate the milestone.
The former supermodel opened up about her feelings about sobriety last month to promote Kin Euphorics, a non-alcoholic beverage she co-founded.
In an interview with in styleBella admitted that she started losing control of herself after a heavy night of drinking.
“I’ve done my fair share of drinking,” she told the paper.
Inspiration: Bella Hadid reveals her six-month sobriety – after admitting she’d lose control after wild nights out (pictured last October)
I loved alcohol and it got to the point where I started to, you know, cancel nights where I felt like I wasn’t going to be able to control myself.
She continued, “I don’t feel the need (to drink alcohol) because I know how it’s going to affect me at 3 in the morning when I wake up with terrible anxiety thinking about something I said five years ago when I graduated high school. school.’
“There’s just this never-ending effect of, basically, you know, the pain and stress on those few drinks that really didn’t do much, you know?”
Bella’s openness about her sobriety comes after years of mounting research that Boomer, Gen X, and Millennial obsession with alcohol hasn’t spilled over into the current crop of young adults, Gen Z, many of whom are turning their backs on alcoholic beverages.
MAKE A CHANGE: The former supermodel opened up about her feelings about sobriety last month to promote Kin Euphorics, a non-alcoholic beverage she co-founded.
There have also been recent studies on the dangers of young people drinking – as it provides them with no health benefits while increasing their risks of injury and death.
Researchers at the University of Washington, in Seattle, found that people under the age of 40 who drink alcohol are more likely to be involved in a car accident, suicide, or murder than their peers who avoid alcohol.
According to the most recent data from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), 66 percent of adults in the United States consume alcohol each year, and 5 percent are heavy drinkers.
Patel: “I loved alcohol and it got to the point where I started, you know, canceling my nights out that I felt like I wasn’t going to be able to control myself.”