She continued, "My head was like a whirlpool going round and round and round, and not one thought would stay in."
WHO confirmed via Osbourne's rep at the time of the hospitalisation that the TV talk show host took a one-month hiatus after she "collapsed from mental and physical fatigue." Her doctors reported that she suffered from "extreme exhaustion" and believed she returned to work too soon after being treated earlier in the year for pneumonia.
Osbourne told Entertainment Tonight of the life-threatening moment: "It was really, really terrifying. I thought of myself as being this powerhouse, strong, can take on the world," she said. "I just couldn't cope and the thought of going out of the treatment that I was in terrified me. I didn't want to leave. I didn't want to go out because I knew that I couldn't cope with everyday life."
Over a year later, the host is back to hosting and her normal routine: "I feel now that I have got a good grip on the problem that I have and I'm in control, it doesn't control me. So I'm in control of the condition."
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