Olivia Munn works out to fight her OCD

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02 July 2014

Olivia Munn finds daily 6am sessions with a personal trainer helps her keep obsessive compulsive disorder (OCD) at bay.

Olivia Munn works out every morning to "combat" obsessive compulsive disorder (OCD).

The Deliver Us From Evil actress finds the daily sessions with a personal trainer help ease the symptoms of the anxiety disorder - which sees sufferers experience obsessive thoughts and often indulge in repetitive behaviours - though she is unsure how they keep her calm. She said: "To combat my OCD, a trainer helps me work out every day 6 a.m. I don't know what he does, but it helps. We talked over the weekend." The 33-year-old actress also admitted she never brushes her hair and isn't faithful to using any particular product on it.

'I don't diet. I eat plenty.'

She said: "I'm Chinese so I have thick hair, which I don't brush, and use different products. I love vintage shopping."

And despite her slender frame, Olivia insists she never diets and is always happy to indulge in her favourite foods.

She said: "I don't diet. I eat plenty. Lunch was chicken marsala, miso soup, spare ribs. I send up Korean and Indian room service."

The actress will next be seen in supernatural thriller Deliver Us From Evil, which is based on a true story and she found it helpful having the person her character is based on set with her.

She told the New York Post newspaper's Page Six column: "The film's based on a true New York story. I play the real cop's supportive wife. They're now divorced. But she was on set with me and led me through how it all was."

-Bang  Showbiz

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