At the end of June 2008, I went to work as an intern in an Internet company. Not long after, the boss of the lab called me to discuss my paper and asked me to attend the meeting, which made me so angry that I felt weak again since then.
However, the company has a free and comprehensive physical examination, so I went for one and found nothing wrong except high uric acid.
I thought I just hadn't recovered, so I didn't care too much. I went to Hong Kong with my girlfriend on July 21st. In the evening, perhaps after too much walking, I suddenly felt myself breathing hard. For a split second I thought I was going to die of a heart attack (I later learned it was a panic attack).
At that time, I could not walk at all, which scared my girlfriend out of her mind. At that time, Hong Kong was in riot, and I was not familiar with Hong Kong hospitals, so I dared not go to the hospital.
Later, I lay down in the flower bed to rest for a while, feeling a little better, but I didn't have the strength to walk at all, and my body felt soft. With the help of my girlfriend, I ate some food, and then went back to the hotel.
The next day I went to the hospital and the doctor prescribed me medicine for a month, but it didn't work.