“It’s not just the spasms,” says physician Susan M. Houser of the University of Wisconsin-Madison. “The tongue is an excellent receiver of spasm. The spasm can penetrate the throat and then travel to the windpipe. The throat muscles are usually involved in spasm, but sometimes they don’t cooperate with the spasm.
This is a common problem for sufferers of throat pain, and may be related to the fact that the tongue is only a few inches long. For a few years now I’ve had the problem after being choked a few times. To treat it I have to bite down hard while I can. This causes me to gag and feel like I’m choking myself. This is not a fun experience.
This can be avoided by either a slight gag or using a tongue depressor with a wide open mouth. A very light tongue depressor is a good idea. If you dont have the luxury of an open mouth, a tongue depressor can be very effective, for the same reasons.
In my case I have a very light tongue depressor and it works well for me.
If you have a problem with being choked, try this. Get a tongue depressor and gag yourself a little bit each time you are choked. I have never choked myself but I have choked myself several times and I can recommend this to anyone who can’t manage a gag.
I think it’s best to get a good gag reflex. I also recommend a good tongue depressor, which can be obtained at most pharmacies by calling 800-541-8111.
I’m not sure if this actually works for anyone. I think it’s a good idea to get a good gag reflex. I also recommend a good tongue depressor, which can be obtained at most pharmacies by calling 800-541-8111.
I guess he’s got tons of stuff packed in his mouth so it may not actually hurt, but it does hurt. I just found out I have a very sore throat after being choked. Hopefully I’ll be able to find something that helps. Hopefully I’ll be able to find something that helps.
While I doubt that throat-cluckers are a miracle cure for throat-choking, these are pretty good at relieving the pain. The first two steps are fairly simple. First, call 911. Then, get a good gag reflex. This also helps to prevent future chokes.
While I’m fairly sure chocking is not a pretty, easy thing to do, I am a little surprised to read that chocking is something any of us would ever be good at. I am a huge fan of my friends who are able to choke with ease, and my favorite way to do it is to lay on your belly and use the thumbs and forefingers of your hands to pin the victim to the ground and then use your feet to roll them on top of you.