Ireland Baldwin has been inundated with love and support after revealing her frightening health condition this week.
The daughter of Alec Baldwin and Kim Basinger opened up to Willow Smith on a new episode of Red Table Talk about her health woes, revealing she often feels like she is going to have a heart attack despite being only 26 years old.
WATCH: Ireland Baldwin opens up about terrifying health condition
Confused by the medical term, Willow responded: "I don't know what that is," to which Ireland replied: "I didn't know either until I did a lot of research for a very long time."
Cardiophobia is defined as an anxiety disorder characterized by repeated complaints of chest pain, heart palpitations, and other somatic sensations accompanied by fears of having a heart attack and of dying.
Ireland was also joined by her mom Kim Basinger
Ireland explained: "I have a fear of my own heartbeat. So, when it starts getting really fast, even when I'm nervous, even slightly nervous, or if I exercise or anything, I start panicking to the point where I'm convinced, no matter what anyone says, that I'm going to have a heart attack."
She added: "I had to go to a hospital. So, I've had maybe over 20 hospital visits in my life."
Sharing a clip of the interview on Red Table Talk's official Instagram account, the post read: "Thank you @irelandirelandireland for being so open and honest [heart emoji] RTT fam, we're sending you love today to get through whatever you're battling. You got this."
Ireland has been open about her mental health struggles
Fans were quick to react to Ireland's health reveal, with one commenting: "I'm so sorry I did not know this. I love you." A second said: "Awhhh sounds horrible hope she's getting the help she needs."
A third added: "I was born with congenital heart and lung disease, and I can relate to this woman SO DEEPLY. She is not alone in this journey and I'm so glad this is having some light shed onto it."
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