Ronan Keating Suffering Panic Attacks Since Gately's Death

by VR Sreeraman on  November 18, 2009 at 5:38 PM Celebrity Health News
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Ronan Keating Suffering Panic Attacks Since Gately's Death
Boyzone star Ronan Keating is suffering crippling panic attacks since the tragic death of bandmate Stephen Gately.

The 'Love Me For A Reason' hitmaker said he's devastated after his best friend died from natural causes last month.
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"You can't breathe and you feel like your chest is collapsing, the walls are coming in on top of you. My brain doesn't work. My heart's broken," the Daily Star quoted Keating as saying.

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"You just feel crushed. It's been horrible. We've all been feeling the same way since Stephen passed. Mentally I'm absolutely exhausted," he added.

Keating flew out to Majorca, Spain to escort Gately's body back to his native Ireland, and acted as pallbearer at his funeral.

Source: ANI
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