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Subject: gee...sorry...what was i thinking?

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Date Posted: 15:13:43 11/26/07 Mon
In reply to: Keith 's message, "Thanks for your opinion "losergirl"" on 08:01:20 11/26/07 Mon

The object of the 'fetish' is asphyxiation, as in, to apply pressure to restrict oxygen and/or blood flow to
the brain of the victim therefore creating a desired 'floaty', 'tingling', 'high' sensation. The
'high' are the cells of the brain seizing and beginning the process of permanent cell death.
When the victim becomes unconscious, the pressure is released and the secondary 'high'
of the oxygen/blood rushing to the brain is achieved. If the victim is alone - upon
unconsciousness there is no one to release the pressure and the victims own body weight
continues to tighten the ligature usually resulting in death.

1. Frequent often severe headaches
2. Linear bruising/red marks on the neck
3. Bloodshot eyes, Pitachea
4. Behavior becomes aggressive
5. Disorientation/ grogginess after being alone

# Bruises/concussions
# Seizures
# Brain Death
# Brain Damage
# Retinal hemorrhaging
# Stroke


Carotid sinus reflex death is a disputed mechanism of death in which manual stimulation of the carotid sinus allegedly causes strong vagus nerve impulses leading to terminal cardiac arrest. Carotid sinus reflex death has been pointed out as a possible cause of death in cases of strangulation and hanging, but such deductions remain controversial. Studies have however suggested that the carotid sinus reflex can be a contributing factor in other mechanisms of death by reducing blood pressure and heart rate.

This could lead to any number of life threatening effects, including, but not limited to pulmonary embolism, heart attack, and stroke. All of these are potentially lethal.

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