Jun 27, 2011 ... You can't swallow your tongue, but it can still get in the way during a ... A more
likely choking hazard for someone having a seizure is the ...
Jun 24, 2014 ... Swallowing Your Tongue and Other Epilepsy Myths. The truth about an ... Myth 1:
If you've had a seizure, you have epilepsy. Fact: A person is ... Myth 8: During a
seizure, a person could swallow or choke on his or her tongue.
www.ask.com/youtube?q=Can You Swallow or Choke on Your Tongue?&v=pur3XzieNpE
Jul 7, 2006 ... No, seriously, I can swallow my own tongue. ... some reason, you can NOT
swallow your own tongue (even with that I'm not sure it's possible). ... on their side
so they... ahem.... dont SWALLOW their tongue and choke to death.
www.ask.com/youtube?q=Can You Swallow or Choke on Your Tongue?&v=5pDTTIcMDOo
Nov 2, 2011 ... kid can stick his tongue down his neck. ... Guy makes it possible to choke on his
own tongue- it is possible to choke on your tongue.
Jul 18, 2014 ... WebMD tells you how to handle your child's seizures, and when to call ... what
you've heard, it's impossible to swallow your tongue and choke.
Sep 28, 2010 ... Myth: It is possible to swallow your tongue. ... Also contrary to popular belief, one
of the worst things a person can try to do for a ... what the person used, the
seizure victim might just choke on what was jammed in their mouth.
The tongue is anchored to the floor of the mouth by a piece of tissue called the
frenulum. This piece of tissue ensures that it is not possible to swallow th...
As you can see, the process of airway opening and collapse is dynamic -- it is a
process that repeats multiple times. ... If you have heard of unconscious people "
swallowing their tongue" and choking to death, the situation is exactly the same ...
When lying on your back, gravity pulls the tongue toward the back of the mouth.
Apr 22, 2008 ... THE FACTS One problem with old wives' tales and medical myths is that they can
sometimes lead well-meaning people to do ill-advised things.