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Blacking out

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gpickett00

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I havent blacked out yet while doing a dry static, but is it dangerous during a dry static? I know it is for an underwater one because you could drown, but if youre just lying on your bed or something, is it dangerous to black out?
 

kingohyes

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It might be, there is a small chance you swallow your tongue when you black out lying on your back.. I think this has been discussed som time ago, you'll might find more if you search on the forum :)
 

naiad

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Here's a thread which discusses this...

[ame="http://forums.deeperblue.net/showthread.php?t=52899"]Risks doing dry statics alone?[/ame]

Lucia
 
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