Tongue thrusting can adversely affect the teeth and mouth. A person swallows
from 1,200 to 2,000 times every 24 hours with about four pounds (1.8 kg) of ...
Jun 27, 2011 ... While we're on the topic, one of the worst things a person can try to do for a
someone ... They aren't going to swallow their tongue. ... A more likely choking
hazard for someone having a seizure is the person's own bodily fluids, ...
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Jul 7, 2006 ... No, seriously, I can swallow my own tongue. ... Maybe some YouTube readers
can tell me of someone else who can. .... died from traumas that somehow knock
their tongue back and they accidentally "swallowed" their tongue.
Jun 24, 2014 ... Fact: We can't yet predict when seizures are beginning, although some ... muscle
aches or if they bit their tongue (during a grand mal seizure). ... Myth 8: During a
seizure, a person could swallow or choke on his or her tongue.
The idea of "swallowing your tongue" is actually based on the fact that in an
unconscious person who is on their back, the tongue can relax back into ....
almost swallowed her own tongue while she was in the dentist chair with ...
May 12, 2012 ... The person having a seizure isn't going to swallow their tongue (this is ... in their
mouth can also end up getting their fingers bitten severely, ...
Sep 28, 2010 ... They aren't going to swallow their tongue and someone trying to jam ... The
person trying to force the thing in their mouth can also end up getting ... hazard
for someone having a seizure or unconscious is the person's own ...
Jul 28, 2016 ... Symptoms of Epilepsy · Can Hormones Affect Epilepsy? ... First of all, despite
what you've heard, it's impossible to swallow your tongue and choke. While the
child may bite his or her tongue during a seizure, trying to cram ... seizure has
ended, give mouth-to-mouth resuscitation if the person is not brea...
[Archive] Swallowing your tongue General Questions. ... by swallowing their own
tongue, thereby suffocating themselves. ... Survey has it right, it is nearly
impossible for a person to swallow their tongue. ... If by swallowing you mean
getting your tounge into your esophagus, then, no, you can't swallow your ...
You can't swallow your tongue during a seizure. It's physically impossible. ... Most
seizures end in seconds or a few minutes and will end on their own. You can
protect the ... You simply can't catch epilepsy from another person. Anyone can ...