Queen guitarist Brian May, 74, has revealed his heart attack led to him suffering from “a lot of other complications” to his health. In a May 2017 Instagram video, the musician shared his story of a “small” heart attack with fans.
Brian, despite recovering from his heart attack has revealed that he needed to fight to get back in good health.
Star admitted that he also got very sick.
“I had a heart attack without any reason that I could see.
Although I didn’t tick all the boxes, it was clear that my heart attack risk factor wasn’t high enough for me.
Brian said to the PA news agency, “That knocks your back, I must say.
It knocks your stuffing out. There were many other problems.”
Brian revealed that doctors also had treated him for stomach hemorhage after his heart attack. He didn’t realize he was suffering from underlying health problems.
The Queen legend said that he was near death in 2020 because of complications from the medications he took at the time.
He stated that he was not naturally full of joy, and had to look hard for it. That is the definition of being depressed.
Brian said, “It’s always here and it will bite you any time you let down your guard.”
He said, “I don’t feel jolly often, it’s not something I get very often.”
Brian disclosed that he fell into a serious depression in 2011 after Queen’s death.
Daily Mail, he said: “I considered myself completely sick. My wounds were severe and I was in a lot of pieces. My depression was severe and I felt lost.
Your friends and loved ones are put on the back burner when you’re in a band that is touring. The band is all you can focus on.
When that ends, you are out on a limb. There was an awful feeling of loss when the band ended.
The band is my family. My dad and Freddie died almost simultaneously. “I didn’t love, I was completely lost in my own heart.”
Publiated Fri, 10 Sep 2021 at 23:02:09 (+0000).