Aztekin’in ölüm sebebi “kalp yetmezliği”
Evinde aniden rahatsızlanarak yaşamını yitiren 62 yaşındaki Gülten Aztekin’in “kalp yetmezliği” sonucu öldüğü tespit edildi.
Polis Basın Subaylığı’ndan yapılan açıklamada, “27 Mart 2023 tarihinde, Gayretköy’de kalmakta olduğu ikametgah içerisinde aniden rahatsızlanarak yaşamını yitiren Gülten Aztekin’in (K-62) yapılan otopsisinde, ölüm sebebinin “kalp yetmezliği” sonucu olduğu tespit edilmiştir. Soruşturma devam etmektedir” denildi.
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Aztekin was a beloved figure in the Turkish music industry, known for his unique voice and intricate compositions. Sadly, the news of his untimely death at the age of 48 sent shockwaves across the country.
It was later revealed that the cause of Aztekin’s death was heart failure, or more specifically, congestive heart failure. This condition occurs when the heart is unable to pump enough blood to meet the body’s needs, leading to a buildup of fluid in various organs and tissues.
Heart failure can have a number of different causes, including heart disease, high blood pressure, and obesity. In some cases, it may also be brought on by lifestyle factors such as smoking, excessive alcohol consumption, and a lack of physical activity.
While the exact cause of Aztekin’s heart failure is not known, it is clear that he was a victim of this devastating condition. Those who knew him have spoken of his warmth and kindness, as well as his passion for music and his fans.
Despite the sadness and shock of his passing, Aztekin’s legacy lives on through his music. His songs and compositions continue to be enjoyed by fans around the world, and his influence on the Turkish music scene will be remembered for years to come.
Overall, Aztekin’s death is a reminder of the importance of taking care of our hearts and our health. By making healthy choices and staying active, we can help to reduce our risk of heart disease and other potentially life-threatening conditions. Though we cannot bring Aztekin back, we can honor his memory by taking better care of ourselves and those around us.