accidentaldeath

accidentaldeath

Student
May 29, 2018
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Hi, as some of you might know by previous posts and by my username, I want to make this look like an accident, just because the society doesn't want to understand that everbyody should choose about their owns life. For my familiy would be impossible to overcome a suicide but they could overcome an accidental death. So that's why I'm here. I'm in good health and physical condition and practice sport, I tend to practice in summer scuba diving and apnea. I've heard that if you drown while practicing apnea you start breathing water and it's extremly painful. I'm not sure about this, I think when you black out, then you start to breath water, but you won't notice as long as you are unconscious. Can any one confirm this? Thanks.
 
chronicpainnomore

chronicpainnomore

Not Circling the Drain Anymore
May 31, 2018
310
The most likely sequence of events is while you are conscious, laryngospasm is going to seal the trachea shut and prevent inhalation of water. This can be quite traumatic to experience and painful too. As a childhood survivor of near-drowning, I can confirm this.

Once consciousness is lost, and the death process has begun, the body begins what is called agonal breathing. This is non-productive breathing, a brainstem reflex that is basically just the body doing a last-ditch effort to cling to life. During this phase, the trachea will probably have relaxed, and water will be allowed into the lungs, but you won't be conscious for this.
 
chronicpainnomore

chronicpainnomore

Not Circling the Drain Anymore
May 31, 2018
310
I used to think that til him. Now what I know what it was like to live in Nazi Germany. He’s a fascist pig. But I’m gonna leave this here because I’m crawling out of this rabbit hole before I get any deeper.
 
chronicpainnomore

chronicpainnomore

Not Circling the Drain Anymore
May 31, 2018
310
I don't remember Obama or Hilary being extremely racist, xenophobic, homophobic, transphobic and misogynist individuals like Trump.
Exactly. Were they establishment? Sure. Obama was far from perfect. I despise Hillary because she was so desperate to win, that rather than step down and let Bernie beat the shit out of trump, she ended up ruining us. Regardless, I voted for Hillary in November 2016 because I'm not an infant. But trump is blatantly all the things you said, and he's also destroying our institutions and the rule of law, and he's also using the presidency to enrich himself and all his cronies.

When he's voted out in 2020, I guarantee you he's not going to leave unless he's forced out at gunpoint. He's a dictator just like Saddam. He even has the same taste in interior decorating. (Dictator Chic.)
 
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Life sucks

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Apr 18, 2018
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Trump is an asshole and I think everyone hates him because of internal and external racism.

Tbh I'm refraining political stuff and talking (to avoid unnecessary clashes and hatred because most likely I'll disagree politically) but I think this one is clear. Specially after what he did to Mexican immigrants children.
 
EternalSanction

EternalSanction

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Jun 7, 2018
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Adding to that: people report that when you drown you feel a certain kind of high as soon as water fills your lungs. So while it may seems/is painful at first, it actually could be a peaceful way to go out.
 
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longingforrelease

longingforrelease

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Oct 27, 2018
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The most likely sequence of events is while you are conscious, laryngospasm is going to seal the trachea shut and prevent inhalation of water. This can be quite traumatic to experience and painful too. As a childhood survivor of near-drowning, I can confirm this.

Once consciousness is lost, and the death process has begun, the body begins what is called agonal breathing. This is non-productive breathing, a brainstem reflex that is basically just the body doing a last-ditch effort to cling to life. During this phase, the trachea will probably have relaxed, and water will be allowed into the lungs, but you won't be conscious for this.
hi, you seem to know about drowning. Because I want it to look accidental, I've been considering ctb while scuba diving. I gather from your post that this runs the risk os significant pain and trauma. But do you know anything about diving deaths due to nitrogen narcosis or from diving too deep, etc.? Might there be a way while diving to lose consciousness before drowning? Thanks
 
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worldexploder

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Sep 19, 2018
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From what I heard, inhaling water will make your chest feel like it’s going to explode. Very agonizing.

Personally I don’t care if people think I CTB or not. The end result is the same. Ending it on your own terms is nothing to be ashamed of.
 
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