Love Island's Malin Andersson quits alcohol for 'mental clarity' after devastating baby loss

The Love Island star described the self-imposed booze ban as "the best thing I've done to date."

She shared the update on her health regime with fans via an Instagram story update.

Malin put: "Decided to quit the alcohol a few days before I got back from Dubai. Best thing I've done to date. Especially if you're going through quite a bit.

"It helps with mental clarity and lets you see life through a clearer filter.

"I know I was easy to turn drinking with my friends as a way of escaping and everyone thought I was fine. But it doesn't help one bit. Moderation is key.. and if you're wanting to change your thought process, you need to make sure nothing is stopping your brain by being on fire."

The Love Island star recently opened up on her grief at the death of her young child.

Malin spoke to a fan on Twitter who was also grieving for their child who passed away.

Sharing her heartache, Malin comforted her saying: "Nobody understands the pain of losing a child."

The reality star's daughter passed away at Great Ormond Street Hospital in January this year, just four weeks after being born.

The follower, who lost their own child at 41 weeks, wrote: "My heart breaks for you. We lost our little girl before she was born at 41 weeks in February and she was born sleeping 5 days later.

"No body should ever so through this pain ❤️ I have stretch marks but they're just a reminder of my girl."

Malin has previously spoken of her grief and bravely shared a picture of her stretch marks from the emergency c-section she had.

She said: "Happy International Woman’s Day. I’m out here in Dubai, and thought I’d share a pic of my postpartum body with you. Here you can see my loose skin and pouch where my scar is from my emergency c-section.

"My saggy boobs also which had milk in them. I’m so proud to say my beautiful baby came out of me, and this is what I’m left with."

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