KUALA LUMPUR: Singer, songwriter and actress Elizabeth Tan said that constant anxiety attacks had forced her to slow down her entertainment career.
Elizabeth, 30, said that she had been visiting a psychiatrist regularly and also took medication to alleviate her condition.
"I took a break from singing over the last five years as a result of anxiety attacks. I felt very stressed and decided to take things easy," she said in an interview with Harian Metro Online yesterday.
Elizabeth added that she would be returning to the stage soon, as many of her fans said on social media that they missed her.
"Singing helps me connect with people. It is my passion, and I won't give that up," she said.
Elizabeth, who is more into acting these days, said that she had penned three new songs, two in Malay and one in English.
They will be released in January, April and July next year.
She also said that she planned to "be a mum" in a year or two.
"My husband (Ding) Siew Jim and I look forward to becoming proud parents. We haven't had any luck yet, but we won't give up."
Elizabeth and Siew Jim tied the knot on March 21, 2021.