Quite possiblySix30 wrote: ↑Wed Aug 19, 2020 2:09 pmRichzx6r wrote: ↑Wed Aug 19, 2020 11:25 amYeah I kno I'm back in today and apparently it was a panic attack......not sure why he was panicking.Fozzie wrote: ↑Wed Aug 19, 2020 9:14 amIt's quite likely he was in denial, probably scared, and didn't want to stop as it meant accepting something which is pretty terrifying, so he tried to carry on business as usual.
After all, no one on their death bed ever said they wished they put more time in at work
You are probably in a bit of shock Rich, everything good? Or has it knocked you a bit sideways?
It could have been abit of shock but I'm ok
probably working with you ..
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Shortness off breath is symptom of heart failure... If he's had sudden on set shortness of breath unexpectedly, his brain may of been saying heart failure..
Then he will get short of breath and some symptoms of heart attack because of the fast breathing with his panic attack.
You did the right thing, either way.
He had the ambulance crew convinced enough to take him in as precaution...
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