Lewis Capaldi says cryotherapy gave him ‘frost on top of his foreskin’
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Scottish singing sensation turned funnyman Lewis Capaldi has revealed that he gave cryotherapy a whirl, but it had a bizarre effect on his foreskin.
Taking to Instagram, the 'Someone You Loved' singer, 25, said that he had the treatment to help him in his ongoing anxiety battle, but we imagine he won't be doing it again.
The popular anxiety treatment allegedly left the singer with frost on his foreskin.
He explained: "I went and got cryotherapy yesterday because I heard it's good for anxiety.
"If you don't know what it is, you basically got into this f**king little... I don't know. This little pod and it makes you really cold and apparently it's good for anxiety.
"But it's like minus 230 degrees Fahrenheit.
"It was great. I feel amazing today. I feel full of energy, full of vim."
However, the Capaldi went on to reveal that he did 'notice' 'there was frost on the tip of my foreskin.'
He then advised: "So if you're looking for cryotherapy, it's great but maybe bring a little hood for the top of your man unless you're circumcised, in which case you should be good to go."
Unable to resist a joke, he ended the video by saying, 'or you could have a frosty helmet'.
Needless to say, the video went far from unnoticed when it was reposted to TikTok, and at the time of writing, it has already been viewed over 1.3 million times.
Reacting to the video, one fan joked: "Whole new meaning to the term frosted tips."
"Bro his Instagram story keeps me going in life," added a second entertained viewer, while a third suggested: "Someone (or a group of people) could knit wee hats & donate them for the cause."
A fourth remarked: "This information alone has suddenly cured me of all anxiety."
"One of those little Innocent Smoothie hats they used to put on the bottle would be great lol," added a fifth.
As well as suffering from anxiety, Capaldi said revealed that he has hypochondria on the The Diary of a CEO podcast - an illness where a person is preoccupied about falling unwell.
However, he said that his mum helps him cope with the symptoms.
He said: "If I phone her and I say, 'Mum, I've got a headache, I'm dizzy, I think I've got a brain tumour or something,' she'll be like, 'Shut the f**k up, you're fine. Take some paracetamol and go to bed.'"