- Jun 18, 2019
thanks for the tip, but where exactly i should put the rope? top of the neck or bottom?middle?
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You do need to make sure you're not disturbed for about half an hour with partial suspension hanging as well. That's the time given for most non-violent methods, because that's the approximate window in which someone can be saved or revived after the brain stops getting oxygen.btw it's going to be partial, i wanted a full hanging but i couldn't find a place where i wont be disturbed for 30 min.
Test first, but yes. Those look sufficient to support a body. I'd personally try to find a sturdy tree or the like so my parents wouldn't be the ones to find my body, but from a technical standpoint, I wouldn't expect any issues with one of those beams as a anchor point.Are rafters like this ideal for full suspension hanging? They're about 3-4 feet higher off the ground than I am.
That rope looks very thick to me and the noose looks like it wont tighten. Try maybe a thinner rope and lube it up as in make it slippy shower gel stuff like that. That way the noose will tighten quickerhi guyz, i know the question's been asked many times, but is there any tip on how to press the carotid? or i just have to keep practicing? cos all i got is the exploding head feeling.
btw it's going to be partial, i wanted a full hanging but i couldn't find a place where i wont be disturbed for 30 min.
here is my setup which i think is ok.
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PS: i'm hesitating between partial and h2s.
Doing right implies to pressure the carotid. If you feel light headed could mean that you are pressure your artery, but if you want REALLY sure to pass away perhaps it needs more pressure in the neck (incline more to front, per example). I tried partial but I can't achieve unconsciousness.When I push the rope on my neck I feel light headed and my lips feel fuzzy like im about to pass out..just wanted to make sure that this means im doing it right?
Problem is, i cannot faint when testing partial, my carotids seem to be very deep and i only press the veins which gives me the pressure.Yes you would fall asleep and then hang to death without knowing much of it
It depends on the person and their location of arteries.If I were to go, I'd probably do partial hanging. It seems effective and pretty painless, if done right. The metal bar in my wardrobe is pretty strong, the only issue is that there's something below it. Could I tie my tie to it, then stand further in front? I'm not sure how this will work. Some people on here are saying placing the rope above the Adam's apple, others are saying below. Which is correct?
Depends... I have a large dms pple so for me it is below; with that said, it is way more awkwrd and harder to keep pressure from bottom, due to gravity.I get that sensation from doing it both above and below my Adam's apple, though. So idk which would be best. Which do people usually find more comfortable?
can I get brain damage somehow if I abort attempt midway?