A 28 year old man in Yiyang, Hunan Province, died suddenly after staying up late to watch the world cup, Yiyang Online reported. The world cup is very hot now. For many fans, staying up late to watch the ball has become a common practice, but don't stay up late to watch the world cup.
According to reports, Mr. Yang, who lives in Ziyang District, is a senior fan. He is used to sleeping late on weekdays, and he doesn't want to miss the world cup. On the opening day of the world cup, he stayed in front of the TV, drank ice beer and watched the ball game. At three o'clock in the morning, the ball game was over, but he was still in the mood. In the morning of the next day, he asked for leave from work because of his physical discomfort. However, he was only working for more than one hour in the afternoon, and suddenly fell unconscious on the ground. After the hospital ambulance arrived, he took a series of emergency rescue measures such as cardiopulmonary resuscitation, but he was unable to return to the sky. Mr. Yang was declared dead at the age of 28.
Huang Xin, director of the emergency department of the Affiliated Hospital of Yiyang Medical College, said: 'the deceased's work and rest are not normal in the near future. Drinking and staying up late on the night of the world cup were the main causes, which directly led to his death. '
Huang Xin said: 'the world cup syndrome' is mainly manifested in three aspects: first, the cardiovascular and cerebrovascular diseases, the fierce competition and stimulation, the excessive fluctuation of fans' mood to watch the ball, coupled with the physical injury caused by staying up late, are easy to induce cardiovascular and cerebrovascular diseases; second, gastrointestinal diseases, while watching the ball while eating or drinking is the habit of most fans, which causes heavy burden to the gastrointestinal tract It is easy to induce gastroenteritis, pancreatitis and other diseases; third, long time watching the game may cause cervical pain, lumbar disc herniation, eyesight fatigue, even eyeground hemorrhage, sudden deafness and so on.
He suggested that fans could watch the game selectively and try their best to keep their biological clock from being disturbed, so that their bodies could gradually adapt to a suitable routine. Blink more when watching the ball. During the half-time of the game, take a rest for 10 to 15 minutes to help recover energy. After watching the ball for a long time, do eye massage.
At night, people's digestive function is relatively weak, greasy food is not easy to digest, cold food has a strong stimulating effect on the digestive tract mucosa, and it is easy to cause gastrointestinal diseases. Therefore, don't eat and drink at night. Fruit, bread, porridge and other digestible food should be the first choice. In the process of watching the ball, we should also pay attention to replenishing water. It's better to choose the beverage with obvious fire removing effect, such as medlar, jujube tea, chrysanthemum tea and green tea.
In addition, when watching the ball, keep a good sitting posture, try not to sit on the soft sofa to watch the ball game, so as to avoid pelvic congestion caused by bad sitting posture; change one posture and position every half an hour or so, or stand up and walk, and do some stretching movements. If the lumbar or cervical problems continue to aggravate symptoms, they should go to the hospital for examination and treatment.