Birmingham news Dad who died twice looked down at his body as doctors brought him back to life PremierLeague-News.Com

PremierLeague-News.Com - Slav Wojcik, from Stafford, was rushed to the Royal Stoke when his heart stopped beating.

Birmingham news Dad who died twice looked down at his body as doctors brought him back to life PremierLeague-News.Com

PremierLeague-News.Com - Slav Wojcik, from Stafford, was rushed to the Royal Stoke when his heart stopped beating.

Birmingham news  Dad who died twice looked down at his body as doctors brought him back to life PremierLeague-News.Com
22 June 2022 - 07:00

PremierLeague-News.Com - Breaking Sport Transfer News ! A dad who died twice looked down at his body as doctors brought him back to life, he has claimed. Slav Wojcik, from Stafford, was rushed to the Royal Stoke when his heart stopped beating. The dad-of-two personal trainer fell gravely ill after developing severe sepsis. The 42 year old had symptoms of dizziness and shakiness when he finished work, before vomiting through the night. He said: "I couldn’t stop shaking, it was the shock. My bladder, kidney and stomach stopped working. The next thing I was in an isolation room in critical condition plugged into loads of machines – then the fight for my life started. My blood pressure went so low they had to rescue me and bring me back to life. READ MOREBritish holidaymakers urged to avoid flying on certain days amid airport chaos "The first 48 hours are blurry; I had all these flashbacks. My heart stopped and started beating again and it happened twice over a few hours. It felt like being in a movie. At one point, I had an experience where I was outside my body and I could see myself on the bed talking to myself.

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. "I would try and listen to what (the doctors) would tell me as much as I could, I kept calm. I made peace with the situation and I was ready. If I died, I achieved so much and lived the life I wanted to." It took six weeks for Slav's heartrate to return to normal – something he describes as the 'greatest day' of his life. He continued: "I was so close to giving up. I had counsellors and people talking to me about PTSD but nothing worked. One day I thought, ‘Ok, that’s enough of the moaning and being sad and depressed. I need to start doing something about it. It started with walks, I would go for a 10-minute walk and come back panicked because I didn’t know what would happen the next day or if my heart would hurt. I took it a day at a time.” Read More Related Articles Harvester axes salad bar due to Cost of Living crisis Read More Related Articles UK turns red on weather map as 28C heatwave hits with exact dates confirmed Stay up to date with all the latest news and opinion on days out, nights out, shopping and plenty more with our Daily What's On Email update newsletter - and it's completely free.

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