Celebrities Who Have Died While Following Extreme Diet Or Workouts
Throughout history, many people have dedicated their lives to conquer the body and mind via exercise and extreme fitness. Over the course of several years, they have compromised with their way of eating and activity.
There are many physiological changes that occur when you avoid carbs, drink every meal, or deny your body the calories it requires. You may feel lethargic, moody, queasy, and achy as well. It can lead to weight gain return in the long run. Sometimes it is life-threatening.
In lurch of that extreme fitness and looks, some of the celebrities have missed to find the right-mix and crossed the boundaries, just-a-way too much and lost their lives.
Brittany Murphy was found fainted on the bathroom floor of her house in the morning on 20th December in 2009. She lived in that house with her mother Sharon and her spouse Simon. She was rushed to the Cedars-Sinai Medical Centre in Los Angeles and was declared dead. At the time she was only 32 years old. The incident stunned Hollywood and the rest of the globe.
After Hollywood directors warned Murphy she wasn't desirable much for leading roles, she decided to go for a weight loss and the colour her hairs. Brittany Murphy died of pneumonia, according to the coroner's findings, with iron deficiency anaemia and various drug abuse as contributory reasons.
Mishti Mukherjee, a bollywood actress who appeared in numerous films and music videos. The 27 years old actress had previously appeared in Telugu and Bengali films. Misti was on a keto diet, which is a very low-carb, high-fat diet designed to promote weight loss. But it is not a very good thing to follow for a prolong period of time, she kind of over-did it and which resulted in her kidney failure, according to media reports.
The most important risk factor for cardiac arrest was virtually always thought to be age. But the loss of Sidharth Shukla, the champion of Big Boss 13, who died suddenly at the age of 40, shocked the nation and brought awareness to the rising rate of heart attacks among young folks in India and around the world.
The fitness enthusiast Sidharth Shukla had took medicines before going to sleep and did not wake up. His mother and two sisters had seen him unconscious in the morning. After he had been taken to Mumbai's Cooper Hospital, they declared him dead.
A 46 years old Kanada superstar Puneeth Rajkumar, famed for his roles in films such as 'Yuvarathnaa’ and 'Power,' died in 2021, after experiencing a major heart attack. Many of his admirers were shocked about his death.
Rajkumar was well-known for being physically active and strong, and he was frequently complimented on his appearance. While working out in the gym, the Kannada celebrity underwent a massive cardiac arrest. He was taken to Vikram hospital in Bangalore, where a panel of specialists kept a close eye on him in the intensive care unit. He was non-responsive when he was admitted to the hospital.
The former cricket icon, Shane Warne made headlines in 2019 after reducing a remarkable 15 kilos. At the age of 52 years, the legendary Australian cricketer died of a sudden heart attack when he was on a 14-day liquid diet. The incident happened in Thailand's Koh Samui on 4th March in 2022.
His management team reported that he was noticed unconscious in his house. Medical staff tried their best but Shane Warne could not be revived.