Bodybuilding star died of a heart attack: "Help me, I can't breathe anymore"



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Bodybuilding star died of a heart attack: "Help me, I can't breathe anymore"

55-year-old Brazilian bodybuilder Valdir Segato died of a respiratory crisis. The bodybuilder with over 1.5 million followers on TikTok was famous in the industry for using Synthol, a synthetic blend of oil, lidocaine, and benzyl alcohol to swell his muscles.

When he felt ill, Segato asked the neighbors for help. One of them said: "It was around 6 in the morning. He came crawling and knocked on my mother's window. He knocked several times until she woke up and said: Help me, help me because I'm dying."

Once the ambulance arrived, the man was transported to the hospital, but he died and there was nothing for him to do. About use of Synthol he said in 20219: "Doctors have repeatedly advised me to stop using Synthol but it is my decision.

I do it because I like it."

Bodybuilding died of a heart attack: "Help me, I can't breathe anymore"

The results of the autopsy were not disclosed, but Brazilian media claim it was a heart attack. They called him the Hulk, Schwarzenegger or even He-Man for the muscle mass he was proud of He said in a previous interview: "They always call me the Hulk, Schwarzenegger and He-Man and that satisfies me.

I have doubled the size of my biceps, but I still want to be bigger." Segato died on his 55th birthday. The great popularity on TikTok was intertwined with the choice of living in solitude in a house in Ribeirao Preto.

Seeing photos of him as a boy had become unrecognizable. wide enough to make an impression. Synthol is not an injectable substance. The External Use Only warning is clearly present on the label. Any injectable preparation must have obtained a Marketing Authorization from the Italian Medicines Agency and this is certainly not the case with the product.

Its function was to oil the skin of bodybuilders and bodybuilders at public performances. The use of the product to swell the muscles by being injected directly on site is off-label and exposes to irreversible functional and aesthetic damage to the treated tissues, as well as to the whole organism, with the risk of cardiorespiratory insufficiency, embolisms, tissue necrosis , abscesses, septicemia and death.

Synthol, which was first prepared by the German Chris Clark, is an oily substance composed of 95% medium-chain fatty acids. Synthol does not contain steroids.