Fans were left seriously worried about Calvin Harris after he revealed that his heart had to be restarted after it stopped beating back in 2014.
Retweeting a fan who had shared a clip from one of the DJ’s old sets, he wrote, “Interesting year for me 2014. Started with me knocking myself off number one in the U.K. and ended with my heart getting restarted in the ER… This sort of stuff happened in between.”
Interesting year for me 2014, started with me knocking myself off number 1 in the UK and ended with my heart getting restarted in the ER…this sort of stuff happened in between https://t.co/BS0JqXmyhY
— Calvin Harris (@CalvinHarris) May 20, 2020
OMG. At the time, the “This Is What We Came Here For” crooner claimed he had “some heart problems” that needed to “be fixed” after he was forced to cancel several shows. He later revealed that he had an arrythmia, which is a heart condition that causes an irregular heartbeat and can lead to chest pain, fainting and dizziness.
Wow, we’re so glad he’s OK. As fans know, he’s not the only celebrity that has a scary health problem. In her book, Miles To Go, Miley Cyrus revealed that she has a condition called tachycardia, which causes the heart rate to exceed the range of a normal resting heart rate.
“The type of tachycardia I have isn’t dangerous. It won’t hurt me, but it does bother me,” she wrote. “There is never a time on-stage when I’m not thinking about my heart.”
Back in 2018, while clapping back at nasty internet trolls who were hating on her weight, Gigi Hadid admitted that she is battling Hashimoto’s disease.
“For those of you so determined to come up with why my body has changed over the years, you may not know that when I started at 17 I was not yet diagnosed with Hashimoto’s disease. Those of you who called me ‘too big for the industry’ were seeing inflammation and water retention due to that,” she wrote on Twitter. “Over the last few years I’ve been properly medicated to help symptoms including those, as well as extreme fatigue, metabolism issues, body’s ability to retain heat, etc.”
When a person has Hashimoto’s disease, the immune system attacks their thyroid, which prevents it from producing enough hormones. Symptoms include fatigue and unexplained weight gain.
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