Naga Munshetty often impresses her fans with her fitness journey, and the popular BBC Breakfast presenter was flooded with support from her followers as she continued to exercise despite the hot weather.
During the week the star took to Instagram where she appeared incredibly sweaty after a grueling workout. Despite being a fan of jogging, Naga is seen inside a gym with several fitness equipment visible behind her. Wearing a blue workout top, the star uploaded a close-up picture of herself to show off all the sweat. She joked: “It’s too hot outside for me to run… not hot right now. Not at all,” adding some sweaty emoji at the end.
The star was immediately praised by her fans for her dedication, with one compliment: “This is a different level of dedication,“And add another:”Beautiful super fit, Naga. You are a positive influence to me, and that’s for sure.,
The third advised: “If you can try and go for a run first thing in the morning. Obviously not when you’re going on that famous red couch!” while a fourth said: “No you don’t look hot at all, summer and indoor top job,” and the fifth teased: “cold brew may be in order to see you,
Earlier this year, Naga spoke about living with the debilitating womb condition adenomyosis. Speaking on BBC Radio 5 Live, she described the excruciating pain which caused her to “scream non-stop for 45 minutes”. The 48-year-old also said that she had decided not to go through with a hysterectomy – a surgical procedure to remove the uterus – just yet.
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Opening up about her condition for the first time, Naga told the audience: “The pain was so severe that I couldn’t even move, couldn’t turn, couldn’t sit. I screamed non-stop for 45 minutes.
“Right now as I’m sitting here talking to you: I’m having pain. Constant pain. In my uterus. Around my pelvis. Sometimes it goes all the way down my thighs. And I’ve been having pains for the whole show.” There will be some level of pain for the rest of the day until I go to sleep.”
Naga revealed that she was diagnosed with adenomyosis only eight months ago after battling pain for decades. The broadcaster admitted the pain was so bad at one point that her husband, TV director James Hager, was forced to call an ambulance.
Praising him for his openness, one tweeted: “So glad @TVNaga01 has spoken this morning about being diagnosed with adenomyosis. It’s an excruciating condition that can ruin lives but often makes it just worse Gets dismissed as period pain – it took me over 20 years to heal.” A diagnosis…”
Another shared: “Well done Naga for sharing her condition and raising awareness about what sounds so unpleasant to hear. It clearly affects her life, day and night. For people it’s always It is good that they pay attention to these things. Naga, I hail you.”
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A third posted: “This is the first time I’ve seen adenomyosis in the media,” while another commented: “I suffer from this and endometriosis. Thank you, Naga, for highlighting this condition which really can be painful and debilitating.” Many times…and something most women have never even heard of.”
Adenomyosis causes the lining of the womb (endometrium) to bury itself in the muscular wall of the womb. The condition, a sister condition of the more commonly known endometriosis, can affect the entire womb or just part of it and can cause severe pain that can affect your quality of life.
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