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    Blood choke

    Blood choke

    A blood choke or carotid restraint specifically refers to a chokehold that compresses one or both carotid arteries and/or the jugular veins without compressing the airway, hence causing cerebral ischemia and a temporary hypoxic condition in the brain.[6] Regardless of whom the opponent is, a well applied blood choke leads to unconsciousness in 8-14 seconds, and if released, the subject regains consciousness spontaneously in 10-20 seconds.[4] Compared to traditional manual strangulation, properly applied blood chokes require little physical strength, and can be applied successfully by a comparatively weak person.[4] Blood chokes are considered safe for practice and application,[1] although being a lethal technique when held long enough. In Judo, no deaths have been attributed directly to the usage of blood chokes.
    Has anyone ever tried this. I've seen videos of people doing it, going down in like 2 or 3 seconds, then waking up like 10 seconds later dazed and confused. Is it really that simple? Is it really that 'safe' when done properly?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Y0yo View Post
    Has anyone ever tried this. I've seen videos of people doing it, going down in like 2 or 3 seconds, then waking up like 10 seconds later dazed and confused. Is it really that simple? Is it really that 'safe' when done properly?
    It's pretty much just that simple. Got some friends back from AIT who were kind enough to demonstrate it on a dumbass that agreed.

    Permanent brain damage is supposed to occur if it's held for 20-30 seconds IIRC.
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    there are a lot of blood chokes used in mma style fighting. You'll get a tap within about 5 seconds and they will be out in 8.
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    Please don't just go around choking your friends if you don't know what you are doing. If you are interested in learning, find an instructor of submission wrestling, BJJ, Judo, MMA or shootwrestling.

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    You guys will screw eachother up, don't try it.

    Don't test it out during a drunken bar rampage either, you'll probably kill somebody.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DokterVet View Post
    Please don't just go around choking your friends if you don't know what you are doing. If you are interested in learning, find an instructor of submission wrestling, BJJ, Judo, MMA or shootwrestling.
    Alternately, go through AIT. You get to learn all kinds of neat **** there.
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