Renowned manga artist and anime creator Leiji Matsumoto dies of a heart attack
Popular Japanese manga creator Leiji Matsumoto has died of a heart attack at the age of 85, news agency Reuters reported citing local media from Tokyo.
Leiji Matsumoto “Galaxy Express
Leiji Matsumoto is famous for “Galaxy Express 999” and “Space Pirate Captain Harlock”. Heart attacks are more common in people over the age of 60 than in younger people, although the incidence in the latter group has increased in recent years. A heart attack occurs when an artery that sends blood and oxygen to the heart becomes blocked. Fatty cholesterol deposits block blood flow resulting in tissue losing oxygen and dying
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Early symptoms of heart attack
A heart attack is characterized by tightness in the chest that feels like a throbbing pain. The person also experiences chest pain that radiates to the neck, back or arms, and jaws. Shortness of breath, pain in the limbs, chest pain are the initial symptoms of a heart attack. Quick medical help can help the person.
A heart attack is different from cardiac arrest because in the latter the person’s heart stops pumping blood and they stop breathing normally.
informed by their desire to live for the earth
Born on January 25, 1938, Lizzie Matsumoto grew up watching American cartoons. He was 7 years old when World War II ended. “His work was informed by his desire for people not to experience war and to live for the earth,” Reuters reported. He told public broadcaster NHK in 2015, “Humans should strive to protect all living beings and nature on Earth.”