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This post-COVID symptom is linked to Texas Roadhouse CEO suicide

CEO of Texas Roadhouse has been confirmed to have died after a strenuous and ‘unbearable’ battle with these post-COVID symptoms.

The CEO of the popular restaurant Texas Roadhouse has been confirmed to have sadly died after going through “unbearable” post-COVID-19 symptoms.

According to the family of Texas Roadhouse CEO Kent Taylor, the head of the restaurant train “took his own life” after a grueling battle with post-COVID-related symptoms. The family mentions that Kent was dealing with severe tinnitus (ringing in the ears), and in the days leading up to his death, the tinnitus increased.

Staff at the Blue Ridge Behavioral Healthcare said that while tinnitus’s physical impacts are hard to deal with, the disease can also cause the sufferer to experience a lot of anxiety and stress that can lead to mental health issues.

Greg Fisher, the mayor of Louisiana, tweeted out his condolences, saying the city “lost a much loved and one-of-a-kind citizen with Kent Taylor’s passing.” For more information on this story, check out this link here.

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