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Man suffers heart attack while helping with son’s homework
    2020-10-01  08:53    Shenzhen Daily

A FATHER in Shenzhen was recently rushed to the hospital after suffering a heart attack while helping with his son’s schoolwork, Shenzhen Evening News reported yesterday.

The 45-year-old man surnamed Liu has been tutoring his third-grade son, and helping with his homework, after work since the school term began in September.

On the evening of Sept. 20, Liu repeatedly explained the same exercise problem again and again to his son, but to no avail. Frustrated as he was, Liu continued to tutor and did not stop until he suddenly felt a little chest pain and had difficulty breathing.

Liu then asked his wife to give guidance to their son, but it still didn’t work. Seeing this, Liu, who was sitting on one side for a rest, stood up and was trying to redouble his efforts. Suddenly, he felt a sharp pain in the chest and fainted.

After a night’s rest at home, Liu, who still felt unwell, went to Shenzhen No. 3 People’s Hospital for treatment the next afternoon.

But Liu fainted on the ground soon after he arrived in the emergency hall. His body convulsed, he foamed at the mouth and suffered urinary incontinence. The medical staff immediately administered first aid and Liu regained consciousness about five minutes later.

After an examination, Liu was diagnosed with acute coronary syndrome, which is also known as a heart attack.

Liu told the doctor that he had been helping his son with homework for more than 10 days, and he would feel a dull pain in the chest whenever he got agitated.

According to the doctor, over-excitement is a potential trigger for a heart attack, which can increase the risk of angina pectoris, acute myocardial infarction or sudden cardiac death by 2-3 times.

In addition to over-excitement, overwork, improper diet, cold stimulation, long-term constipation, smoking and drinking are also potential causes of a heart attack. (Zhang Yu)

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