Unpleasant news came from the handsome musician Chris Martin. Chris' health condition is reported to be deteriorating. As a result of the news, Coldplay's scheduled concert in Brazil had to be postponed. Chris is reportedly suffering from a lung infection. This made him have to rest under the strict supervision of a doctor.
"Due to a serious lung infection, Chris has been placed under strict doctor's orders to rest for the next three weeks," the news read. No kidding, the Coldplay concert will be postponed until early 2023. The reason is, the management wants to give Chris a lot of time until his condition recovers. However, it was not reported what Chris' condition was in more detail.
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The news of the postponement of the concert related to Chris' health condition was conveyed directly through Coldplay's official social media account. "It is with great regret that we are forced to postpone our upcoming shows in Rio de Janeiro and São Paulo until 2023," Coldplay said in a statement.
"To everyone in Brazil looking forward to this concert, we are deeply sorry for the disappointment and inconvenience, and we are very grateful for your understanding at this challenging time where we need to prioritize Chris' health."
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Thankfully, the doctor said Chris' condition could improve with medical treatment. The fans also prayed for Chris Martin's recovery. Coldplay also apologized to everyone who felt disappointed or harmed by the postponement of the concert.
"We are optimistic that Chris will return to good health after his prescribed medical rest and we look forward to resuming the tour soon." They concluded: 'To everyone affected, please accept our sincere apologies, and thank you as always for your love and support.'
Elizabeth Olsen Recalls Panic Attacks On New York Streets
Having a panic attack isn't fun. Marvel actress Elizabeth Olsen recently shared her experience of having a panic attack on the streets of New York. At that time, he was only 21 years old. During a chat with Variety, he shared how he felt when he had those panic attacks, which he didn't realize because he was a very tough and confident kid growing up. He also had thought that bad luck could come to him at any time.
"I remember I had (panic attacks) every hour," Olsen said. "I used to live on 13th Street between 6th and 7th. I was crossing 6th Avenue on 14th Street, and I realized I couldn't cross the street. I stood up and I just thought I could fall dead at any moment."
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Olsen further described in detail the symptoms he was experiencing. A feeling like swirling will occur in his body as a sign of changes in his environment. "If I go from cold to hot, hot to cold, full to hungry, hungry to full all kinds of changes in my body, my whole body thinks, 'Uh oh, something's wrong!'" she explains. "That's really weird. An ENT doctor said that it might be related to vertigo because everything was really spinning."
To deal with those feelings, the "Doctor Strange In The Multiverse of Madness" star looked to a friend who was seeing a medical professional for a panic attack. From there, Olsen learned a strategy.
"When I was about to walk down the street, I would start mentioning everything I saw aloud to get myself out of the thoughts swirling in my brain," she explains. The technique is said to be able to help him overcome panic attacks. Still, he recalls that the panic attack moment he had was strange because he wasn't anxious as a child.