I thought I was going to die

My dad decided to partake in a film and decided to take me along to be an assistant, I didn't feel comfortable doing it at the time since I was 14 and everyone there would be way older but I did it to make him happy. When I got there my dad disappeared and I hid out in the kitchen while the older actors talked. I was anxious and uncomfortable but nothing I hadn't experienced before. I decided to play a game on my phone. In a matter of minutes I started to feel very uncomfortable, I remember standing up and stretching assuming it was due to my position. All of a sudden this nauseating feeling flooded my body and I felt like I was about to throw up. Quickly everything became blurry and splotchy and I could barely see. In a panic I walked out of the room and I couldn't remember the exact way out. I walked up some stairs and I couldn't hear anymore. It was like my ears were muffled and all sound was dulled and fuzzy. I was sweating immensely, my body was experiences hot and cold flashes. As I walked up the stares I stumbled and gripped to the railing trying to prevent myself from throwing up. I came to a window where I could see my dad in the parking lot. At this point I felt like I was about to die, as if my body was slowly shutting down on me. I hit the window to get his attention and collapsed to the floor, I refused to stay there and needed to get to my dad so I pulled myself up and stumbled threw numerous doors and hallways until I made it outside. Once I was out my vision began to clear and i was getting my hearing back as I walked to my dad. I remember looking in the mirror and seeing myself pale as a ghost.

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