Ever since Avengers: Endgame released this week, people are trying hard to come across spoilers on the internet and hold back their tears. The final installment of the film has been termed a highly emotional one with moviegoers bawling their eyes out after watching the film.
Take this fan for example. A woman in China, who went very excitedly to watch the superhero film, had a rather tragic experience after watching the film.
The 21-year-old woman got so overwhelmed towards the end of the film that she cried badly. For the girl, most of the 3-hour long film went without any hassle, until the very end when the closing scenes got the worst out of her. So much so, her hands numbed down and she faced difficulty in breathing. The woman had to be rushed to the hospital where she was then given oxygen to settle her breathing.
According to reports, the woman cried so much that she started facing pain and difficulty around the chest and could not even feel a sensation in and around her hands and feet. The woman also said that her fingers also got stuck in a ‘clawed’ position.
She was also provided some mental support at the hospital where the staff soothed her with some kind words to lessen her trouble.
She was later released the same day from the hospital once she was calmed down.
According to the doctor who treated her, the 21-year old had been suffering from hyperventilation due to excessive panting caused by constant crying. So yes, crying too much can cause you serious trouble!
Users, baffled at the woman’s plight extended sympathies on the internet.
One person said, “My heart was also in pain after the end of the movie, but I managed to stay strong and avoid being hospitalised,”.
Another user, without giving away spoilers, also said, one user, trying to avoid spoilers wrote: “She definitely reacted that way after seeing that scene. At that point, I also really wanted to cry. I wished that so-and-so could do so-and-so, and continue so-and-so.”
There were also some people who were curious about the woman’s dedication.
“[She’s] definitely a real fan,”
“Sister, you got in way too deep into the drama.”