Man from Hyderabad dies hours before joining new job in Saudi
After searching for employment prospects for several months in the Kingdom, a Hyderabadi man lost his life in Saudi Arabia only hours before starting a new career.
On Sunday, the day before starting his new work, Mohammed Mujaheed Ali (37), a resident of Hakeempeat, Tolichowki in Hyderabad, was discovered dead in his apartment in the Marfouh neighbourhood of Riyadh.
In the early hours of Sunday morning, he was discovered dead on the stairway of his new home in Riyadh. The police were notified by the neighbours, who subsequently transported the body to the hospital, where medical professionals pronounced Mujaheed dead after suffering a heart attack.
Before finding a lucrative job offer at a new company that he was due to start on the same day that he passed away, the deceased was employed in Dammam, his family was informed.
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The deceased’s wife, Asra Sultana, and parents are still alive, and they enlisted Abdul Jabbar, a well-known community worker in Riyadh, to help them with the funeral arrangements. According to Jabbar, the body should be buried within a day or two.
This is the second instance of a young Hyderabadi man passing very suddenly from a heart attack in Riyadh in recent months. According to experts, increasing psychological stress is linked to problems with the heart and blood vessels, such as high blood pressure, heart attacks, and stroke.
In addition to a change in lifestyle, renowned Indian physician Dr. Gayas Ahmed Sattar of Abad Specialised Clinic stated that some people can experience stress during joyous occasions like a new marriage, a new home, or meeting new people.
According to Dr. Gayas, classic cardiac risk factors like obesity, high blood pressure, smoking, high cholesterol, and inactivity are brought on by a shift in lifestyle. He also raised concern over Indian youth’s excessive use of cellphones, lack of sleep, and excessive gym attendance.