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Default Re: blood choke knockouts and safety

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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.
That's a solid argument. Numbness in hands may well be related to nerves and compression can cause nerve damage (per the mayoclinic).

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I still think the spinal cord is pretty safe from a neck scissor, unless it has an unfortunate twist in combination with the scissor - but session wrestlers should know to scissor when the neck is straight. But, credit where credit is due, numb hands an hour or more after a session is a solid argument for some never damage. Presumably temporary . . . I would think, but a solid point.
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