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When you're being strangled does that burning feeling in your chest just get worse? I can hold my breath for 45 seconds normally and I can't imagine the desperate need to breathe and burning lungs being any worse than that..when your strangled (forced not to breathe) do those two feelings just get even worse or does it stay the same?
nobeljack nobeljack 22-25, M 4 Answers Dec 20, 2012 in Health

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I don't know and neither do I care. I know it is not as good as being able to freely breathe. Why in the world would you want to know? O_o

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I never got that in my chest really, just pain in my neck, and my eyes hurt like the ba<x>ses wanted to pop and I was getting sleepy, then after I had one of the most horrid headaches one could have, and my neck was bruised bad for over a week.

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I would ask my grandmother but she died from it.

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