According to media reports, Manjunath Naidu (36) suffered a heart attack on stage on Friday. The reason for his death is fear.
According to Khaleej Times news, Indian-born comedian Manjunath Naidu lost the fight of his life on stage when he made a comedy appearance. Just when he started telling people fearfully about his tryst with a pun, he fainted and could not get up forever. During the performance, he complained of unrest and sat on the bench, which was next put on the stage. The audience considered it a sequence from the play that led to unlimited laughter and clapping. Naidu was born in Abu Dhabi, but later settled in Dubai.
Naidu's comic colleague Miqdaad Dohadwala commented on this case. "He started making people laugh about his stories. He mentioned about his father and his family. The whole crowd enjoyed his act. He even mentioned that he was suffering from anxiety and collapsed a minute later. We all thought it was part of his act. However, when we realized that he was not moving, we all hurried to the stage and found him dead. "
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added, "He stopped breathing while he was in our hands. We immediately took him to the hospital, but he succumbed to death after trying to revive him for 20 minutes. The man made everyone laugh and in a minute left everyone in tears. We noticed a drop in his energy in 15 minutes of his act. I knew he was suffering from stress, but that was never such a big problem.
How Pressure and Stress Affect Your Performance
Naidu's case was the result of stress and anxiety that led to cardiac arrest. According to the analysis, his condition may be marginalized as a post-traumatic stress disorder. This can be a consequence of terrible activities, flashbacks and severe anxiety. Here are some of the symptoms of PTSD that we should consider:
- Unwanted Stressful Memories
- Flashbacks of Trauma
- Dreams Are Disturbing Again and Again  Physical reactions to trauma events how to escape emotional outbreaks
- trying not to think about such events
- avoiding the contact of persons or places that are related to these events
- changes in mood
- Negative thoughts about yourself
- No hope for the future
- Problems memorizing
- Difficulty maintaining close relationships with people
- Rethinking leads to physical changes
- Habit to fake feelings in public places
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- Self-destructive behavior
- Problems in sleep ng
- Always thinking of past events leading to a lost nature
Anxiety and heart health
Little anxiety and stress are alright; However, chronic anxiety can even lead to cardiac arrest in extreme cases. It is said that over-thinking and worrying can be the cause of some serious heart problems. Generalized anxiety leads to endless thinking about events, which affects the daily activities of the individual.
Here are some simple questions to ask to determine generalized anxiety disorder:
- Have you thought about something and been worried for more than six months?
- Have you all been worried? Single day on incidents of the past six months?
- Are you experiencing the following symptoms: Restlessness / tiredness / Concentration disorders / Muscle tension / Sleep disorders?
- Are you having trouble controlling your thoughts?
- Do these symptoms cause stress or disturbances in your thoughts?
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Written by: Vani Malik
Source: Onlymyhealth Editorial Staff 22 July 2019