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Old 27-Sep-17, 09:27
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Default Re: blood choke knockouts and safety

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Originally Posted by LicensetoKill [Only Registered Users Can See LinksClick Here To Register]
In the post I responded to, he was talking specifically about Nerves coming from the brain, through the neck, down the spine. Sounded a lot like he was referencing the spinal cord. I'm all for safety and caution but that sounded like a bit much. Do you know anyone who's suffered nerve damage from a head-scissor? I've never heard of that. I've heard of muscular damage, slipped disks, sore neck, headaches, restricted bloodflow. I've never heard of nerve damage. I'm open to being wrong, but I felt the post went too far including the nerves that go from the brain to the spine.
I have spoken with someone who said they had some numbness in their hand the day after some brutal headscissors. It may depend on whether the person has related health/medical issues, but it's not hard to see how nerves could get compressed.
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