One woman shared her warning about eating.’Lap before dry exercise‘ on tick tockIt was revealed that she had to go to the hospital after having a heart attack.
tick tock user Britney (@brivtny) post A recent video shows her lying in bed wearing a nurse outfit.
She wrote: “Lap lap before exercise. bc I see that it’s popular tick tock… had to be in the hospital because I had a heart attack.”
Her videos have more than two million views., 300,000 likes and thousands of comments Including a message from someone who believed that she was the one who created the whole story.
However, in follow up video – which shows her still lying in a hospital bed surrounded by equipment – Britney wrote: “Idk why ppl think i will about heart attack in this app Yes! annoying asf I just attempt Please don’t make the same mistakes I made.”
speak to BuzzFeed about her pain Britney Says she began to feel ‘itchy and itchy’ all over her body after pre-workout, adding that she ‘wasn’t feeling well’.
She explained: “Bare Googled it and it said that was a normal side effect.
[…]. so I started exercising.
“I started to feel heavy in my chest and it hurt a little. But it’s not that bad. I think it might be a bad anxiety or panic attack. So I decided to just ignore it and keep trying.”
Her chest pain eventually subsided. But then she began to feel nauseous and severely dizzy. and go home to take a shower
after starting to feel better She also quit her job as an exotic dancer. which is the period when things
Britney say: “In the locker room at my job I’m getting hot even if it’s cold in there
[[[[…] I started sweating a lot and getting drenched even though I was wearing a bikini. Then the chest pain returned. this time more intense.
“Pain in the back and left arm The left arm was a little limp. So I knew it was a heart attack. I called 911 and an ambulance came.”
that the hospital setinEd that she suffered from Enstemi (non-ST segment elevation myocardial infarction) A type of heart attack that is less damaging than STEMI.
The doctor told her to stay away from caffeine. and see what she eats especially before exercise like this. It is not regulated by the Food and Drug Administration.
Breeatney add: “They said I could exercise for 3-4 days after my hospitalization. and start watching your heart rate on your Fitbit or smartwatch.“
Dr. Nicole Harkin, a cardiologist in San Francisco told the station that She wonders about certain pre-workout ingredients. which generally have ‘Lots of caffeine’, dyes, sweeteners and emulsifier
“Eating large quantities at once can definitely have a negative effect on the body. by sudden increases in heart rate and blood pressure,” she says, adding that we often ‘don’t know’ what pre-workout supplements are. out of control