Alec Baldwin thought he would die from Lyme disease
Actor Alec Baldwin thought that he would die when he was sick unto death, was of Lyme disease. “I thought it was real, that this was it. That I would die.”
That told the actor, according to People at a meeting of the Bay Area Lyme Foundation in Portola Valley.
“I have the classic Lyme symptoms each summer to return. In August, I get flu-like symptoms and sweat me to death in bed,” says Baldwin. “The first time was the worst, after that it is decreased, so did I at least understood.”
That first time felt for the actor even extra heavy because he has no one around had to take care of him. “I was alone. I was not married at that time, just separated from my first wife. I lay in bed and said to myself: I’m going to die of Lyme disease. I hope that someone is me and that is not too long.”
Baldwin survived the disease and had a relationship with Hilaria Thomas, with whom he now is married and has three children. Bladwin and his wife check their children each day to potential tick bites, Lyme can cause.