Volatile

Volatile

God
Jun 18, 2018
1,286
i wouldn’t want to drink too much and pass out beforehand
 
Tomasnil

Tomasnil

Mage
Apr 24, 2018
519
I got a trick for you ... go sober and stand on location you think of jumping then you drink til you fall ... i know of a guy who did kind of like that he climbe up a tree tie a hang noose then drink til he feel of the branch ... that what was his note said and thats how he was found hanged and 2 bottles of whiskey on the ground underneet him
 
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FogFilledLife

Student
Jan 6, 2022
150
Being drunk relaxes the body and lowers success rate.
 
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FogFilledLife

Student
Jan 6, 2022
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i don't see how drinking would lower the success rate of hanging or jumping since all you have to do is drop down.
It lowers the success rate of falling for sure, not sure about hanging. Impact is spread easier through a relaxed body. When you panic and tighten up your body bears more of an impact in the area of impact rather than the entirety of the body, it's why you can more easily break your leg when landing on them from a jump without bending your knees.

High enough heights it won't matter, but most of us would have to make do with what we have. The reality is tgat we are unlikely to land on our heads as we'd likely plan as we begin to panic, so how the impact spreads is important.

While one might think spreading it throughout the body would be better, it's diminished throughout the body rather than concentrated. Better to break the impact forcefully and continue to have it damage the rest of your body that would no doubt follow afterwards rather than spread as quickly to the rest of your body.

This is also why drunk drivers tend to have a higher survival rate in accidents than their non drunk counterparts.

When tense your body fights the impact (causing more resistance which in impacts greater than it can take is good for the suicidal). When loose it goes with it.

As for hanging, I have no clue, but it might make your neck muscles less likely to tighten which may or may not change the time needed to properly die.