Eddie Izzard’s health: “I was throwing up… everything ached,” the comedian said, fearing a “fatal” illness.

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Eddie Izzard’s health: “I was throwing up… everything ached,” the comedian said, fearing a “fatal” illness.

EDDIE IZZARD, an avid runner, has completed multiple marathons over the years, demonstrating her amazing physical and mental endurance. Her most recent assignment? 31 marathons completed in 31 days.

Eddie Izzard ran a daily marathon and performed a stand-up performance every night for 31 days as part of the Make Humanity Great Again campaign. However, there was a problem with the challenge. In an Instagram video, the 59-year-old stand-up comic confessed that she had injured her feet and legs in the process. Nonetheless, compared to the time she ran 27 marathons in 27 days for Sport Relief, her daring accomplishment has caused minimal damage.

Eddie described how the charity run led to “a couple very sad times” as she made her way across the scorching heat of South Africa.

She explained, “I wasn’t reacting well to the heat.” “I was puking… my entire body hurt.”

“I felt back spasms,” she said, describing her “awful sunburn” in detail.

“I lost around four layers of skin – and I was suffering from terrible heat exhaustion,” Eddie explained.

“They were concerned that it was rhabdomyolysis, which is the breakdown of muscle into the bloodstream and can be fatal.

“So then I was afraid I wouldn’t be able to run anymore, which was terrible.”

The NHS stresses the importance of cooling down “within 30 minutes” to avoid heat exhaustion becoming heatstroke, which is a medical emergency.

Heat exhaustion symptoms include:

To cool down, seek refuge in a cool location, lie down with your legs slightly lifted, and drink plenty of water.

Use a fan and a spray or sponge filled with cool water to cool the skin.

Cooling down the skin with cold packs under the armpits or on the neck is also a good idea.

Heatstroke, defined as heat exhaustion that lasts longer than 30 minutes, necessitates dialing 999.

Heatstroke symptoms

Rhabdomyolysis, according to the Cleveland Clinic, is a “life-threatening” illness caused by muscle disintegration and death.

Overexertion can cause muscle cells to dissolve, releasing a substance called myoglobin into the bloodstream.

Myoglobin, in big amounts, can harm the kidneys, which are responsible for blood detoxification.

Kidney failure and mortality can occur if the kidneys are unable to eliminate high amounts of myoglobin.

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