Actress Claudia Rodrigues is hospitalized after suffering emotional crisis
Actress Claudia Rodrigues, 45, was hospitalized this morning at the Albert Einstein Hospital in São Paulo, due to a strong emotional crisis. "We still do not know what she has." At first she had a crisis, did the MRIs, blood tests, evoked potential of vision, hearing "said Adriane Bonato, a friend and businesswoman of the actress, at EXTRA.
There is still no forecast of high , but this Tuesday Claudia must go through another series of exams.
"We do not have a clinical position, but those who know Claudinha know that she is well today. Her eyes are already in place and she is already able to walk and talk. Yesterday she did not even walk and was in the wheelchair, she was talking out of connection, the look was stern and the diction well compromised. "
Earlier this month, the businesswoman underwent surgery to remove the uterus and a part of the liver, and eventually tried complications during the procedure. The actress was emotionally shaken by Adriane's state of health and even prayed for her friend on social networks
Emotional exhaustion, contrary to what one might think, is not related to the conditions of a task itself, but to unpleasant situations that end up leading to psychological stress. "The danger exists when a person is subjected to a state of psychological stress that appears in the face of an unpleasant situation," explains José Roberto Leite, head of Unifesp's behavioral medicine center.
Since February, was admitted to a clinic in the interior of SP for the treatment of stem cell rehabilitation. In 2015, the actress underwent a stem cell transplant to treat multiple sclerosis and has since performed procedures to improve the sequelae of the disease.
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