Ludwin Florez Nole, footballer, dies of cardiac arrest after drinking cold water

Ludwin Florez Nole, footballer, dies of cardiac arrest after drinking cold water

- Ludwin Florez Nole, a footballer, has reportedly died of heart failure after a glass of cold water

- The 27-year-old had just finished playing for his local team in Peru when the tragedy struck

- It's believed the cold water caused a change in the footballer’s heart rate

Ludwin Florez Nole, a 27-year-old footballer, has reportedly died of heart failure after a glass of cold water moments after a football match which prompted an unusual cardiovascular reaction.

According to UK Sun report, Ludwin Florez Nole, just finished a football match for his local team Los Rangers based in Sullana Province, northwestern of Peru, when he started feeling sick as he headed home.

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Reacting after the incident, his wife Flores revealed he took an ice cold glass of water and “shortly afterwards he started to have chest pains so I took him to a nearby clinic, but he died on the way”.

“The doctor told me that he suffered a heart attack because he drank too much cold water while his body was still hot,” his wife was quoted as saying to the local media.

Interestingly, the medics are of the view that the cold water caused a change in the footballer’s heart rate, leading to a cardiovascular reflex.

The condition is considered unusual when brought on by drinking a cool liquid, but microbial contaminants in water are known to bring on stomach cramps and other similar conditions.

Additional reports further added that Arsenic in water could also lead to headaches, stomach pains, convulsions, diarrhoea, vomiting and even death.

Earlier, Legit.ng reported FC Porto shot-stopper Iker Casillas has been discharged from hospital after suffering a heart attack in training.

According to Sky Sports, the Spanish and Real Madrid legend, who was admitted at a medical facility on Wednesday morning, May 1, due to acute myocardial infarction during training at the club's Porto Gaia Training Center in Olival.

The Portuguese side have now issued a statement that Casillas had been "solved", and the 167-time capped Spain’s La Roja icon was discharged on Monday, May 6, and will celebrate his 38th birthday later this May.

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