Mel B felt relieved by her ADHD diagnosis

Mel B breathed a sigh of relief after being diagnosed with anxiety, dyslexia, dyspraxia and ADHD.
The 48-year-old singer - who shot to stardom as part of the Spice Girls - has revealed that she felt she was going "crazy" before she received her diagnosis back in 2019.
Mel told the Guardian newspaper: "I felt a huge sigh of relief after getting diagnosed with anxiety, dyslexia, dyspraxia and ADHD in 2019. It means you don’t feel as alone or different or crazy anymore."
Mel insists there's "no limit" to what she can achieve, in spite of the diagnosis.
The chart-topping star - who is also known as Scary Spice - explained: "I’ve always been able to juggle 50,000 things, but also be almost too involved and too focused. There are many world leaders who have a diagnosis like mine, which shows there’s no limit to what you can achieve."
Mel has returned to her home city of Leeds, in northern England, in recent years.
The singer - who previously lived in Los Angeles - loves that she's now surrounded by her friends and family.
Mel - who has daughters Madison, 11, Angel, 16, and Phoenix, 24 - said: "It’s bizarre to me that I now live back in Leeds.
"When we came for the Spice Girls tour in 2019, Angel said, 'Why are we living in Los Angeles when all your family lives here?' She filled out an application for a grammar school in Yorkshire and I thought, 'Wow, you’re really serious.'
"We now live a five-minute drive from my mum, sister, aunties and uncles and have lots of family gatherings, Sunday dinners and walks in the countryside."