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Viral video of a Korean live streamer spinning and ‘dying’ sparks reactions



Korean live streamer dies

There is a viral video on Twitter that showed a Korean live streamer spinning and allegedly dying. This has sparked reactions among viewers.

The event reportedly happened in a restaurant.

However, there have been speculations. Some people said it’s due to the side effect of the covid vaccine shot. This has not been confirmed as true.

Video: Korean live streamer dies

Some said the Korean streamer was just having a seizure called, Grand mal seizure.

According to Mayo Clinic, “A grand mal seizure causes a loss of consciousness and violent muscle contractions. It’s the type of seizure most people picture when they think about seizures.

A grand mal seizure — also known as a generalized tonic-clonic seizure — is caused by abnormal electrical activity throughout the brain. Usually, a grand mal seizure is caused by epilepsy. But sometimes, this type of seizure can be triggered by other health problems, such as extremely low blood sugar, a high fever or a stroke.

Many people who have a grand mal seizure never have another one and don’t need treatment. But someone who has recurrent seizures may need treatment with daily anti-seizure medications to control and prevent future grand mal seizures.”

This is not the first time

In another video found online, Another young man collapsed in the middle of his live streaming.

All these speculations from social media users have not been confirmed as true.

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