The craze triggered by TikTok allows people to consume a spoonful of fitness powder without water, which is similar to a serious dangerous fashion.
A OnlyFans model suffered a heart attack during a striptease after participating in a dangerous fashion “dry fishing” spread on TikTok. Daily Star report.
Briatney Portillo, a 20-year-old OnlyFans model, reported that when she started sweating uncontrollably, she was working on a striptease-a sign of a heart attack.
The OnlyFans model had a heart attack in this mid-stage striptease, apparently because she swallowed a spoonful of dry fitness powder before going to the gym.
This “dry scooping” approach is reminiscent of the dangerous fashions of the early 2000s, in which young people would put pressure on each other and swallow a teaspoon of cinnamon, sometimes with fatal consequences.
She told buzzing Earlier that day, she participated in the “dry fishing” TikTok boom when she rushed into the hospital wearing a bikini. This stunt includes taking protein powder before exercising in the gym, which is said to enhance the “vitality” effect.
“After I did the pre-workout, I started to feel tingling and itching all over my body, which is not a good feeling, but I searched it a bit and it said it was a normal side effect,” said OnlyFans model, which led to her striptease performance. Have a heart attack.
“So I started exercising. I started to feel a heavy feeling and slight pain in my chest, but it was not bad. I thought it might be anxiety or a severe panic attack, so I decided to ignore it and continue my exercise.”
Before a full heart attack during the striptease, the OnlyFans model said that her chest pain subsided and she felt nauseous and dizzy when she returned home from the gym.
Daily point According to reports, Portillo then went to work in a strip club.
However, once she started to change jobs, she began to show symptoms again.
When the OnlyFans model was about to striptease, her body was about to have a heart attack.
“Even though I am wearing a bikini, I still start to sweat and get soaked,” she said buzzing.
“Then my chest pain came back, and it was more severe this time. The pain spread to my back and left arm, and my left arm was slightly limp, so I knew it was a symptom of a heart attack.”
At that time, the OnlyFans model stopped her striptease and called an ambulance, reporting that she believed she was suffering from a heart attack.
When Briatney was in the hospital, her nurse was reluctant to say that she was young and had a heart attack.
After she left her striptease job and went to the hospital for fear of a heart attack, nurses conducted a series of tests on the OnlyFans model.
They found that her troponin levels were high, which indicated that when the OnlyFans model was doing her striptease, she was indeed likely to have a heart attack.
After letting her stay overnight, the doctor determined that she had suffered a less damaging heart attack called NSTEMI.
Taobao According to reports, Portillo was allowed to start exercising again within a few days of being hospitalized.
Dr. Nicole Harkin, a San Francisco cardiologist, [said] She is skeptical about some of the pre-workout ingredients, which usually contain “large amounts of caffeine”, artificial dyes, sweeteners and emulsifiers. “Taking such a large amount of medication at once is definitely harmful to the body because it drastically increases heart rate and blood pressure,” she said, adding that we often “don’t know” what pre-workout supplements contain because they are not standardized.
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