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Loose Womens Saira Khan opens up about VERY surprising addiction: It makes me feel really bad

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Editorial use only Mandatory Credit: Photo by Ken McKay/ITV/REX/Shutterstock (10161068ah) Saira Khan 'Loose Women' TV show, London, UK – 20 Mar 2019

Loose Women star Saira Khan has revealed her surprising addiction in the latest episode of her podcast Living Your Best Life.

While chatting to Life Coach Stuart Holliday, the telly presenter admitted she spends hours scrolling through social media, even missing out on spending quality time with friends and family.

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As she discussed the new statistic that states four out of five (83%) people knowingly waste their time, 48-year-old Saira said, “I knowingly waste my time… I get addicted to social media. I am on my Instagram swiping away.

“And Ive been there probably for a good hour. And Im just thinking, why am I doing this? Why am I doing this? But I just carry on.”

The mum-of-two – who shares Amara and Zach with husband Steve Hyde – also admitted she feels guilty for not spending more time with her kids.

“It makes me feel really bad,” she said.

“My children are talking and Im like, Hold on, hold on” […] I just think, that was actually time they wanted to spend with me.”

Life Coach, Stuart then went on to reveal why apps such as Instagram and Twitter are so addictive, as he explained, “Using social media, its an easy distraction. It gives you a quick hit of serotonin.”

Before warning, “It doesnt leave you satisfied. It just gives you an instantaneous thing. So, it takes quite a lot of effort to go and do something thats more deeply satisfying and thats beneficial.”

This comes after Dancing On Ice star Saira recently opened up about struggling with reality TV fame, following the shock death of Love Island star Mike Thalassitis last week.

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