“After that happened my whole life changed because I realised that dying didn’t hurt, that when you died you left your body and you could actually see and hear everything that was happening,” Seymour said.
“Then I realised you only take two things with you when you die, that is the love you share in your life and the difference you’ve made. It was an incredible awakening.”
Anaphylaxis as described by the NHS is a severe, potentially life-threatening allergic reaction that can develop rapidly.
It is caused by a problem with the immune system, which is the body’s natural defence against both illness and infection. When anaphylaxis strikes the immune system usually overreacts to a harmless substance, and releases a number of different chemicals such as histamine to deal with the threat.