Coldplay's Chris Martin Has Therapy To Help Him Sleep
30 December 2011, 14:07 | Updated: 30 December 2011, 14:13
The 'Paradise' singer reveals he often has nightmares of bad performances when he does manage to get some rest.
Coldplay's frontman Chris Martin has admitted that he enlists the help of a therapist to help him sleep.
According to website Bang Showbizz, the 'Yellow' singer has "a lot of trouble sleeping" and goes to therapy quite often.
When asked if he sees a therapist every time his band release a new album, he is quoted as saying: "No, bit more than that. I have a lot of trouble sleeping. It's to do with that and what to take and not to take."
The star, who is married to actress Gwyneth Paltrow, also revealed that he will often have nightmares about his band's performances.
He explained: "I'll give you a classic dream I had last night. We were playing on Letterman and I was in a different key to everyone else. David Letterman came on and said, 'Can you stop? This is not very good. Can you do the other song?' And then, we start doing the other one and my shoe falls off.
"It goes a bit surreal after that but it always starts with playing a concert and there's some insurmountable problem. I have many more nightmares than dreams; probably nine to one. Real life is much better."
Meanwhile, Chris recently revealed that he had to remove an intruder from his garden after they climbed over his fence at his London home and started singing Coldplay songs loudly to his friends in the street.