About me


Forensic Expert in Switzerland

Sudden Cardiac Arrest (SCA)

Survivors info

My Sudden Cardiac Arrest Blog Posts

Changed, ... but that’s OK.

Life's upheavals, like a sudden cardiac arrest, redefine existence. Despite newfound challenges, resilience emerges. Optimism returns and acceptance brings empowerment. From victim to survivor, each hurdle becomes an opportunity. Within adversity lies transformation, forging a spirit unyielding to life's trials.

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From Victim to Survivor and All the Other Stuff That Is Not in Our Control

By choosing to see ourselves as survivors and integrating the principles of Stoicism into our lives, we can find resilience, inner peace, and a renewed sense of purpose. Embrace the power within you and let go of the things that are not in your control, for that is where true freedom lies.

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Cognitive Flexibility

The uphill battle... Reduced Cognitive Flexibility and the path to recovery.

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Stoicism and PTSD?

After mixed results with yoga, meditation and mindfulness, I’m exploring what Stoicism can do for me…

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Dealing with PTSD

Trying all different ways to deal with my PTSD. Will meditation and mindfulness help?

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Half-yearly check-up

Physically all OK! But forgive me for being suspicious... Two months before my SCA, I also did a full check-up and everything was OK then as well...

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Mental health well-being post SCA

Read this leaflet if you want to know more about the mental health well-being of survivors and their rescuers...

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16 tests... and nothing

The search for answers... Why did this happen? To this date, nobody knows... Years of built-up stress seems the most likely cause.

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The chain of survival

The “Chain of Survival” refers to the chain of events that must occur in rapid succession to maximize the chances of survival from sudden cardiac arrest.

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My story

This is the story of one of the most impacting events in my life; a sudden cardiac arrest on May 30th, 2020. My heart didn’t beat for 19 minutes of which I was declared clinically dead for 4-5 minutes.

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