Ireland Baldwin has warned people about the downside of having coffee if they suffer from anxiety. The 26-year-old model recently got candid about her mental health after experiencing an anxiety attack, according to People.

Baldwin took to Instagram to share photos of herself Saturday sitting on the bathroom floor, as she tried to calm herself down. "It's ✨anxiety attack time✨," she shared in the caption of her post. "This morning I had one cup of coffee on an empty stomach which turned into an anxiety attack! I am currently writing this from the bathroom floor."

"I usually sit here like this or lay in fetal position until I can't cry or throw up anymore. Coffee is [a] major esophageal irritator and reflux trigger for me which leads to anxiety. If you are an anxiety sufferer like myself, coffee isn't your friend," Baldwin continued.

Baldwin then confessed to being "a silly goose" for drinking the beverage even though she knew the effect it had on her. "Writing this and being open with y'all about my struggles helps it pass," Baldwin wrote, encouraging her fans to open up if they have endured similar issues.

Ireland Baldwin 
 Ireland Baldwin stunned wearing a Tadashi Shoji Black/Nude V-neck chiffon and floral lace embroidered long blouson sleeve gown from the Pre-Fall 2017 Collection. She accessorized it with the designer's Dahra black/nude lace floral embroidered clutch. Rachel Murray/Getty Images

Several people extended their support to the model under the post. Her father Alec Baldwin left a comment saying "I love you." Brittany Furlan Lee added, "Oh honey. No caffeine for us. You got this. Ice ur chest if you can. _ ❤️."

This is not the first time Baldwin has opened about her mental health struggles on social media. In January, the model shared a picture of her holding up a blood pressure machine, adding that she uses it to help her prevent a heart attack.

I am posting this for whoever suffers with anxiety and anxiety disorders like I do," she explained in the Instagram post.

"I ordered a blood pressure monitor to accurately read my heart rate and blood pressure because I live in a constant fear that I'm dying from a heart attack … also known as cardiophobia," Baldwin wrote.

"The heart palpitations and chest pain brought on by your typical anxiety attack convinces me that I am a 26-year-old with an underlying heart condition that I don't have," she added.

As she concluded her post, Baldwin offered advice to her followers, writing, "Hold on to your comfort item right. Don't let people make you feel guilty for having to take a walk or take some space or stay home because you're not feeling good. Surround yourself with people who understand or at least try to. And if you're feeling anxious right now … deep breaths. You're going to be ok. :)"