Mike Tindall has never slept better despite having young children
I'm A Celeb: Mike Tindall opens up on how he met Zara Tindall
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Mike Tindall, 44, slept through the first night on I’m A Celebrity “like a baby” according to his social media post. The people behind Mike’s Twitter account, while the rugby star is in the Jungle, tweeted: “Sounds like Mike slept like a baby!”
Hollyoaks actor Owen Warner struggled to sleep alongside Mike due to his snoring.
Owen said: “I thought the main thing I was going to have to be looking out for was the spiders, the snakes or the insects… turns out it was actually Mike.
“We’ve got a classic case of a [mimics loud snoring].”
Zara Tindall’s husband previously opened up about his sleep schedule in an interview before heading to Australia.
In a pre-show interview with The Sun, he shared the one aspect of the entertainment programme that he was not worried about.
“I’ve got three kids, so dealing with lack of sleep comes with the territory,” the former rugby player said when he was asked about the biggest challenges he will face in the jungle.
In previous years, many campmates have claimed sleep evades them during the show due to crawling insects and uncomfortable hammocks.
Mike shares three children with his wife Zara, Mia, eight, Lena, four, and Lucas, one.
When little Lucas was born in March 2021, the former England rugby captain was admitting to getting a good night’s sleep despite having a newborn baby.
The retired player admitted he took CBD oil to help him nod off at his Gloucestershire home.
This included a 560mg dose of oil at night and 20mg capsules in the morning.
“So go be onboard, good sleep, positive times ahead!!!,” Mike tweeted endorsing the CBD food supplement PureisCBD.
The company, which claims to be the first CBD food supplement in the world to receive dual validation from the European Food Safety Authority and the Food Standards Agency UK, tweeted: “Welcome Mike Tindall, MBE and England Rugby World Cup Winner!
“Mike claims he has never slept better since taking Pureis.”
Derived from cannabis, CBD oil doesn’t create a “high” because it does not have THC and is now available from mainstream outlets.
When Mike announced his support on Twitter one fan wrote: “Good for you! This is going to help so many people suffering from Parkinson’s, chronic pain, anxiety etc!”.
But Mike did not mention the ongoing debate about whether or not CBD products can help with Parkinson’s disease from which his father suffers.
Cannabis-based products are not available on prescription for people living with Parkinson’s, according to the charity Parkinsons UK.
Although CBD oil is available to buy legally as a food supplement it is not allowed to be advertised as beneficial for medicinal purposes and the charity warns sufferers of possible side effects.
Mike’s father was first diagnosed in 2003 and Zara’s husband admitted he was 25 and focused on his rugby until he got married in 2011 and could then see the effects were starting to grow.
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