Queer Eye Star Karamo Brown and his fiancé Ian Jordan got engaged a few months ago, and the excited couple is already talking about the wedding of 2020. But as Brown recently said at an event in New York City said these conversations could have some unintended side effects: After a wedding planning discussion during Thanksgiving, Brown says that Jordan had a scare attack that took him to the hospital. A true story. It's sad, but also funny, "said Brown according to Page Six ." We spent that Thanksgiving holiday in the ER for the first few hours because of a severe anxiety attack. He thought it was a heart attack. "
Brown continued," They said, 'Everything's fine with you, it's scary, what did you talk about before?' And [my fiancé] was like, 'He talked about the wedding! "
The event that Brown said was" not so far away "will last for three days. "In three days we can renew a house!" Brown's Queer Eye Costar Tan France joked.
Panic attacks or severe episodes of anxiety can cause absolutely physical symptoms, SELF previously stated .
The symptoms of a panic attack may include rapid heart rate, shortness of breath, sweating, nausea, and headache, abdominal pain, and chest pain. A panic attack could also be associated with the feeling of impending doom or you might die.
If these symptoms are familiar to you, it may be because they are very similar to those of a heart attack and are not uncommon for people experiencing panic attacks to go to the ER and think they are in danger. But fortunately, if your symptoms are actually caused by a panic attack or anxiety, they will not cause any permanent damage. (That is, any unexplained chest pain or shortness of breath deserves medical attention.)
Many people only have a panic attack, recover and never have another in their lives. However, they are more common in other people – to the point that their panic attacks are triggered by the fear of a panic attack. If this happens, you may have the so-called panic disorder a type of anxiety disorder characterized by multiple panic attacks.
So, if you regularly have extreme anxiety or panic attacks – whether or not it's a gigantic three-day wedding event. It's worth talking to your doctor or psychiatrist to see what's going on.