If you strangle a person, can you then bring him back to life? And then in the films they show the glass eyes of a dead man immediately, but how is it really?

If you strangle a person, can you then bring him back to life? And then in the films they show the glass eyes of a dead man immediately, but how is it really?

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Answer 1
September, 2021

Well, in films - then in films. In films, you know, and the process of hanging on a short loop is shown very far from reality. And then, you know, it all looks very impartial "in nature", and not every viewer will be able to look at it. Make allowance for aesthetics and artistic symbolism.

I will argue a little with the author of the previous answer - loss of consciousness during ascending does not always occur within the first minute after the start of the process, I am telling you this as an extreme BDSM player. It all depends strictly on individual parameters. But normally, if a person, say, does not have a sick heart, then a person, when suffocating, does not experience clinical death first of all - he loses consciousness. With all the unpleasant and even shocking symptoms for an unprepared person, such as convulsions, optional foam from the mouth, wheezing and the like. Moreover, this is all, possibly, without any tangible harm to health. If, after that, the process is not interrupted, then the state that the previous speaker tells about - clinical death and 5-7 minutes to reanimate a person without irreversible consequences for the brain - will come. Although, here, too, everything is individual. History knows cases when they were successfully reanimated even after 20 minutes.

Answer 2
September, 2021

The period of clinical death at room temperature is 5-7 minutes. This is the time during which a person can still be reanimated. Then the death of the brain begins. Even if a person is reanimated after the indicated time, he will be in a vegetative state (it will be a vegetable, roughly speaking), because the cells of the cerebral cortex die first.

Loss of consciousness during asphyxiation occurs within the first minute of strangulation, from that moment the clock starts ticking - there are only seven minutes to bring the poor fellow back to life.

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