It is not known whether Ray Liotta had cancer. However, it is known that Liotta died in his sleep on May 26, 2022, while filming Dangerous Waters in the Dominican Republic; he was 67.
Sudden arrhythmic death syndrome is a type of sudden unexpected death that occurs primarily in teenagers and adults when they are sleeping. Brugada syndrome is a reasonably prevalent kind.
The condition is uncommon in most parts of the world, although it does occur in culturally and genetically diverse tribes. It was initially seen among Southeast Asian Hmong refugees in the United States and Canada in 1977.
A retrospective review of records revealed that 230 seemingly healthy Thai foreign workers in Singapore died unexpectedly of unclear reasons between 1982 and 1990.
A young person’s sudden death can be caused by cardiac disease, conduction disorder, medication-related reasons, or other factors. Ion channelopathies, rare disorders, such as long QT syndrome, Brugada syndrome, CPV, PCCD mixed sodium channel disease, and short QT syndrome, may have a role.
Even after careful study, no cause of death can be established in 20% of instances.
Nutrition, toxicity, heart disease, metabolism, and genetics were all issues considered by medical examiners.
Although there is no known clear cause, the thorough study revealed that patients aged 18 and up had hypertrophic cardiomyopathy, a disorder in which the heart muscle gets unusually thicker for no apparent reason.