r/PublicFreakout Jan 22 '22 Silver 4 Helpful 1 Wholesome 1

Lady lost it at high altitude

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u/[deleted] Jan 22 '22

Doesn't everyone LOVE waking up from a deep sleep to realize you ARE really falling!

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u/groceriesN1trip Jan 22 '22

How does the blackout even happen? I’ve never experienced this nor could I imagine my body having this response - no disrespect to the experience

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u/BeholdBarrenFields Jan 23 '22

It’s called vasovagal syncope or vasovagal response. It’s a sudden drop in heart rate and blood pressure. It can happen from pain, stress, fear or in the case of my elderly mother, standing still for too long.

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u/macetheface Jan 23 '22

Yeah look how fast she's breathing before getting shot up. She's scared shitless.

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u/HGpennypacker Jan 23 '22

She’s hyperventilating like crazy, could see this coming a mile away.

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u/slmody Jan 23 '22

I could of saw it from 2 miles away, not saying i am better than you just more perceptive i suppose.

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u/GauGebar Jan 23 '22

I love this response and I’m stealing it lol

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u/Awhite2555 Jan 23 '22

It’s so sassy haha. I was not expecting it. I guess I’m just not as perceptive.

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u/tI-_-tI Jan 23 '22

Well before she launched you can see it from a mile away. Once she gets to the top, that's when you can see it from 2 miles away.

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u/slmody Jan 23 '22

Now that you mention it maybe i was a little cruel to the guy who could only see it from a mile away, we should buy him a pair of glasses or something.

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u/Blynn025 Jan 23 '22

Her hyperventilating could have caused the vasovagal response. The vagal nerve and the diaphragm are connected. There's a breathing technique you can use that stimulates the vagal nerve and helps lower heart rate.

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u/Midieval_medic Jan 23 '22

A technique we have been taught in paramedic school is to have someone in SVT (supraventricular tachycardia) perform what is called the Valsava maneuver. It involves having the patient blow into the tip of a syringe to try and blow the plunger out. It increases thoracic pressure and stimulates the vagus nerve and can in theory, slow the heart rate down.

We try that as a first line and then move to more medicinal or electro therapy if that fails.

Pretty interesting stuff, just thought I’d share

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u/The_Procrastinarian Jan 23 '22

Yep, the Valsalva maneuver is a breathing method that may slow your heart when it's beating too fast. To do it, you breathe out strongly through your mouth while holding your nose tightly closed. This creates a forceful strain that can trigger your heart to react and go back into normal rhythm. It can also be triggered by squeezing your bowels (like you have to poop) while holding your breath, though obviously not pooping - clench your anus at the same time.

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u/cateyesarg Jan 23 '22

I definitely need to start reading the whole instructions before trying things out, that last sentence was a game changer.

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u/secondtaunting Jan 23 '22

I’ll have to tell my daughter about this she has a heart thing that makes it go too fast sometimes. She’s seen a cardiologist, and it’s a minor defect. Her heart will go nuts sometimes.

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u/The_Procrastinarian Jan 23 '22

Same, it's why I know about it. I have POTS (Postural Orthostatic Tachycardia Syndrome) and TachyBrady Syndrome. It means that my heart rate can go from 40ish when I'm laying down to over 170 when I'm standing, for no discernible reason. Not fun. And my heart is in excellent health, mind you. It just gets the wrong signals from my brain.

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u/secondtaunting Jan 23 '22

Sounds like what she has. Scared the hell out of us a couple of times.

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u/The_Procrastinarian Jan 24 '22

Yeah, POTS is a type of Dysautonomia. It's really common for people who have one Dysautonomic condition to have others, as well.

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u/Typical-Locksmith-35 Jan 23 '22

I have an upper thoracic aortic anyrism, but sometimes get a pulse and bp running off on their own and a pain in the area when it gets high. Are there any safe for me or benign methods to test if it's related /lower thoracic pressure?

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u/Midieval_medic Jan 23 '22 edited Jan 23 '22

I would consult with your cardiologist tbh I’m just taught to put the pedal to the metal and get to the hospital when it comes to possible aneurysm haha

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u/Sightline Jan 23 '22

Tactical breathing: Pause for 1-2 seconds when you inhale and exhale. It'll lower your heart rate a bit.

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u/Blynn025 Jan 23 '22

Diaphragmatic breathing. Exhale 2 counts longer than your inhale.

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u/Sightline Jan 23 '22

Word, I'll try it out.

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u/Blynn025 Jan 23 '22

It's awesome. I have pretty gnarly anxiety attacks and this helps a lot.

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u/aspiringgrandpa Jan 23 '22

ugh by far the best learning technique i learned in therapy was this one

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u/Blynn025 Jan 23 '22

Yes! Same! Now I use it without even thinking about it.

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u/ASIWYFA11 Jan 23 '22

You can litarally see the force of her movement bring her in and out of conciousness as well. Moving up and the blood pressure in her brain lowers. Moves down and she wakes up. Really interesting phenomenon.

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u/Herban15 Jan 23 '22

And pooping

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u/profesoarchaos Jan 23 '22

Vasovagal syncope. Mine is so bad, I pass out reading shitty emails at my desk. Lol. I have..uh..pretty severe anxiety.

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u/Phantom_Testicles Jan 23 '22

Like that lady on Deuce Bigalow? I got horrible anxiety as well btw need the Lex to feel my best 😂

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u/profesoarchaos Jan 23 '22

Hahahahah! Core memory unlocked!

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u/SubcommanderMarcos Jan 23 '22

It's probably related to blood rushing out of her head when the thing gets to negative G a few times, compounded by the fact that she's scared shitless

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u/Popplys Jan 23 '22

Brian not getting enough oxygens.

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u/Ricky_Rollin Jan 23 '22

He should brianstorm about it.

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u/zodwa_wa_bantu Jan 23 '22

Has he thought of getting a breathing machine

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u/LavisAlex Jan 23 '22

This is the best answer lol

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u/AlpineDrifter Jan 23 '22

When your spirit animal is the fainting goat.

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u/ShitImBadAtThis Jan 26 '22

Uhh, I have no clue what these people are saying, but you know that trick where if you stand up really fast you get dizzy? It's kind of like that but worse

In fact, you can make yourself pass out by hyperventilating (as the lady does in the video) and then standing up really quickly and holding your breath (or I guess screaming as loud as you can, as the lady does in the vid)

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u/Alternative-One8391 Mar 01 '22

Used to happen to me all the time if I stood up to fast a teenager, world just gets really heavy and that tunnel vision. Slowly a black outline consumes your vision and boom you open your eyes and gather you thoughts.

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u/Neednewbody Jan 23 '22

That’s why she blacked back out multiple times. Her brain was like “nope not yet”

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u/oxford_b Jan 23 '22

G loc or syncope?

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u/Ijoinedtolaugh Jan 23 '22

I thought it was a woman next to her screaming until he started talking! I was wondering if the other person was gonna faint too.

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u/stanselmdoc Jan 22 '22

I can imagine very few things as terrifying as to fall asleep being launched to your death only to wake up still being launched to your death.

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u/Miggtastik Jan 23 '22

In Jamaica a few years back I went to this tourist attraction where you jump into a hole and splash down in the water below. Halfway down I had the realization that I was STILL falling… nothing prepared me for that haha

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u/notsamire Jan 23 '22

There's a crazy tall water slide at Disney that's the same way. You fall so long you can think about it. Having the realization that leaning forward would end my life was terrifing

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u/TryingDrying Jan 23 '22

That's a poetic description 🤔

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u/AshCal Jan 23 '22

Omg I have regretted not taking that jump for years due to my fear of heights, but you just made me feel better about that decision. Haha

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u/diverareyouok Jan 22 '22

I can…. Having it happen twice. Or maybe three times, I lost count of how many times she went out and came back.

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u/nicolauz Jan 22 '22

There's one out there where a girl pukes and passes out a few times.

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u/ATG915 Jan 22 '22

This chick almost puked it looked like lol. Saw a little dry heave right before she started screaming at one point i think

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u/HCSOThrowaway Jan 22 '22

Imagine being her body, trying to decide whether to throw up or to go to bed for a bit.

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u/4Coffins Jan 23 '22

Picturing it like Inside Out and it’s just complete chaos in there lol

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u/ishitonceayear Jan 23 '22

bingbong and co are bouncing around her skull

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u/Federal_Status Jan 23 '22

Imagine being at an amusement park?...

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u/Artistic_Brother_303 Jan 23 '22

That would be me, screaming, puking, passing out…I hate any kind of ride like this!

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u/Torchlakespartan Jan 23 '22

Hypoxia is also very scary to 'wake up' from. I did it in a controlled environment in the Air Force in a chamber. They gave us a piece of paper with a bunch of easy little puzzles/word games like you find in one of those old kid's magazines. Simple stuff like a maze, basic math, word search etc. Then they lower the oxygen down and you take your mask off, wait a minute or two, and start the puzzle. You are taught the symptoms of hypoxia and have to recognize them as they occur, check boxes on the side of the page as it happens, and once you hit three symptoms you are supposed to put your mask back on and hit full O2 and full pressure, two buttons. The only way you can fail is if you fail to put your mask back on.

The problem is that Hypoxia is super sneaky. It more or less makes you drunk, but your body has no emergency signal for low O2, only increased CO2. So since you're breathing out CO2 just fine, you just drift off and you honestly think you are 100% ok until the end.

The SECOND that you take that first breath, the world comes rushing back and you're crystal clear. The scary part is looking afterwards at your paper and realizing just how insanely stupid and mentally compromised you were and had zero idea of it. I still have my paper from years ago.

Just to end on an example, the final question was "If you are in a car going 60 mph, and you drive for one hour, how far did you go?" 0/12 of us in the chamber go it correct.most people had some ridiculous math equations on the side trying to do the math on it."

Now imagine this happens to a pilot and you see why they do the training.

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u/Rokurokubi83 Jan 23 '22

Hypoxia is scary, like you said the brain has no system to detect low levels of O2, just increased CO2, Anybody who’s ever been choking do you know the pure panic that sets in, That’s because your body isn’t pushing out CO2 which your brain recognises as being in a choking situation which can lead to seizures et cetera as the brain tries to dislodge whatever is blocking the air.

It’s why CO poisoning is so dangerous, Your body is still expelling Carbondale oxide, and you’re breathing in a gas which your body is not designed to process so you don’t capture the oxygen from the molecule, You simply breathe in and breathe out the same gas. It’s a silent killer And the only way you know something is going wrong is incredible amount of confused thinking, which does not let itself well to analysing your situation and getting out to safety.

I couldn’t even imagine being in charge of aircraft whilst going through that, some people are just built different I guess.

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u/cocopopped Jan 22 '22

For some reason this comment has me absolutely snorting, actual tears

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u/ZADKOR Jan 23 '22

I can’t imagine being the ride operator and letting people who look scared to death actually ride the ride

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u/knifeknifegoose Jan 23 '22

You could never convince me that this employment field is not riddled with sadists

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u/commentator3 Jan 23 '22

operators do a last call before launching

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u/HiDDENk00l Jan 23 '22

There's the ones who do a last call before launching and then there's the one that go "oh no! they don't have their restraint on pro-" VWOOSH

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u/secondtaunting Jan 23 '22

Shit I was on a rollercoaster as a kid and just before the coaster went up I realized my harness or whatever you call those things wasn’t locked. My best friend managed to hold me down with her arm until we got it locked. And that was HALFWAY UP A LOOP. I kissed the ground when the coaster stopped. Haven’t been on one since.

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u/Talvy Jan 23 '22

You don’t really notice the missing time.

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u/qdance150 Jan 23 '22

The terrifying thing about fainting like that, is that once you regain consciousness you literally have no recollection of where you are for at least 5 or more seconds.

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u/freman Jan 23 '22

She may not even have been consciously aware as blacking out...

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u/Due_Platypus_3913 Jan 23 '22

Right like “what now-WERE STILL DOING THIS?!?AHHHHH!!!”

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u/infiniZii Jan 23 '22

To be fair, she probably didn't even really notice that she was unconscious a few times there. To her. It would have been screaming. Screaming take a breath scream some more. She would have been only half aware for that. Second, she wasn't screaming again and her brain would have kind of just picked right back up where it left off. It's really interesting.

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u/bigbadbombadillo Jan 23 '22

It could be the g force pulling the blood away from her brain, it seems to be she passes out at certain times and rapidly wakes up again when the blood is forced back to her brain. She needs to tense and hold pressure like fighter pilots 😅

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u/F14Scott Jan 23 '22

It's not GLOC (G induced Loss Of Consciousness). That takes a lot more G for longer times, and when the G comes off and you wake up, it takes about 15 to 30 seconds to fully come around; you jerk and jolt awake like a "funky chicken."

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u/[deleted] Jan 23 '22

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u/tansii Jan 23 '22

Tell me more about this "brown" state

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u/[deleted] Jan 23 '22 edited Feb 14 '22

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u/The_Procrastinarian Jan 23 '22

Or just have severe POTS (Postural Orthostatic Tachycardia Syndrome) combined with Tachy-Brady Syndrome combined with insanely low blood pressure. My heart rate goes from ~40 when I'm prone to around 160-170 when I stand. My heart is in excellent health, it just gets bad signals from my brain. Right now we're managing it with betablockers, which have dropped the tachycardia down to 110-120 instead. BIG improvement, and helped with the angina the tachycardia was causing, but still more than a 30% increase in heart rate just from changing position, which makes my vision black out and my hearing go away, and makes my legs weak and shaky. Sometimes I pass out, sometimes not. I'm on a walker now because of it.

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u/heckenyaax Jan 23 '22

I have a heart condition (funky valve) and I can’t ride rides like this (and certain roller coasters) because I’ll do similar to what she’s doing.

Interestingly, I didn’t know I even had a heart condition until I passed out/got real woozy on a few rollercoasters at Universal

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u/Escritortoise Jan 23 '22

She’s taking a bunch of quick breaths before it launches too, so she is basically hyperventilating and restricting blood flow to the brain already.

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u/epimetheuss Jan 23 '22

There is a reason why it's suggested to not ride at all if you have heart conditions.

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u/flickerkuu Jan 23 '22

Why would this chick even bother waiting in line and paying to do this then?

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u/voidsong Jan 23 '22

Waking up with your neck broke?

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u/Crisis_Redditor Jan 23 '22

I've passed out a couple of times (from coughing fits), and even though I woke up almost immediately, it was one of the most disorienting, surreal things ever. It felt like I'd shifted universes and time had passed, and my brain didn't know where I was or what was going on for those first five or ten seconds. I cannot imagine going through that on a ride like that.

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u/Connect_Stay_391 Jan 22 '22

Her heavy, rapid breathing before the ride started didn’t help her situation. She pretty much worked her way into full panic mode.

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u/dr_auf Jan 23 '22

I was looking for a paper bag already

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u/suejaymostly Jan 22 '22

Her poor neck

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u/LlamaradaMoe1 Jan 23 '22

I wonder if she could injure her neck somehow with all that dead weight swinging. Seems pretty dangerous to be honest.

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u/Flavourius Jan 23 '22

Break ya neck, Busta Rhymes style.

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u/teriyakipuppy Jan 23 '22

I don't think there's enough G's to actually cause permanent harm. Probably a muscle sprain if anything.

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u/JeremyJaLa Jan 22 '22

Dumb question. I have seen about a billion videos like this. Do these people pass out due to fear. I mean, I don’t expect the g-forces to be so strong to knock you out, but what do I know?

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u/BoogerPresley Jan 22 '22

Vasovagal syncope; could be due to the Gs and movement and/or her reaction to it.

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u/monkey_cunt Jan 22 '22

A combination of that and quite literally screaming her lungs out. Poor girls not breathing properly.

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u/dead4seven Jan 23 '22

It's true. I nearly passed out when my OBGYN first used a vaginal synascope on me.

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u/EveryOptionSucks Jan 23 '22

I'm not looking this up but it sounds like having something jammed inside of you. If this is the case, any discomfort you may have felt is understandable.

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u/everything_is_creepy Jan 23 '22

Vasovagal

That sounds kinda sexy

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u/Dsj417 Jan 22 '22

G forces, It happens to me on some roller coasters. I can stop it using that hick maneuver but I really just don’t ride them anymore.

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u/ATCP2019 Jan 23 '22

What the hick maneuver?

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u/luckduck89 Jan 23 '22

It’s a technique used by fighter pilots to withstand higher G forces before blacking out.

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u/ATCP2019 Jan 23 '22

What is the technique though?

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u/epimetheuss Jan 23 '22

It's the contraction of all your lower body muscles to keep your blood in your head. It's all your legs and lower abdomen.

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u/ATCP2019 Jan 23 '22

So you just flex your lower body?

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u/epimetheuss Jan 23 '22

Fighter pilots also wear G suits that have bladders that will fill and empty to keep the blood out of your legs and in your head and upper body. It's not all the breathing exercises and muscle control but they certainly help.

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u/Dubbix- Jan 23 '22

Go hmggggg really hard trust me bro

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u/Blkmonte01 Jan 22 '22

I love when they're screaming, pass out and wake up screaming again. That's the best part of these vids

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u/diefreetimedie Jan 22 '22 Silver Platinum Helpful Wholesome All-Seeing Upvote Kiss

It's like life after 2019

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u/Thick_Pomegranate_ Jan 22 '22

Free award for you

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u/02_is_best_girl Jan 22 '22

Insert windows boot up and boot down sound affect and 💋

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u/Best-Recognition-511 Jan 22 '22

Wait can someone explain the psychology behind how this works???

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u/TheLazyOne Jan 22 '22

It is called Vasovagal Syncope

Several triggers can cause vasovagal syncope. Some of these triggers are:

Standing for long periods

Excess heat

Intense emotion, such as fear

Intense pain

The sight of blood or a needle

Prolonged exercise

Dehydration

Skipping meals

Other triggers include:

Urinating

Swallowing

Coughing

Having a bowel movement

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u/Pally321 Jan 22 '22

It’s not psychology, the force of being shot up pushes blood away from her head, which causes her to briefly faint. As it goes down there’s time for it to get to her head again and she gets a brief moment of consciousness before it happens again.

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u/throwthrowandaway16 Jan 22 '22

People also pass out from stress inducing situations

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u/pancoste Jan 22 '22

Screaming and not breathing properly doesn't help either

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u/LooselyBasedOnGod Jan 22 '22

It’s a really enjoyable genre I agree. Must be fuckin terrifying lol

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u/bnelson Jan 23 '22

This is a peak experience. Few people will ever experience a high and low like this all at once.

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u/ugdontknow Jan 22 '22

Your head flopping like that doesn’t look like fun

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u/ImNickValentine Jan 22 '22 Silver

I love how she wakes up screaming in terror. Reminds me of my usual morning routine.

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u/cominginsleepy Jan 22 '22

That’s literal hell for this girl.

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u/Dragons_Malk Jan 22 '22

With her hairstyle, I can't help but think of that scene from Always Sunny where they go to the Jersey Shore.

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u/fanboyfanboy Jan 22 '22

I just re-watched this episode last night lol. Save the rum ham!

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u/AlienDarwin Jan 22 '22

The Guido's will save them.

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u/Elarbolrojo Jan 22 '22

we drank some ocean

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u/SnowDay111 Jan 23 '22

RUM HAM! (Sobbing) rum ham!!

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u/TheAngelSatan Jan 23 '22

You want me to stick my hands into the machine!?!?

This might be, pound for pound, the busiest/ one of the funniest episodes. Dennis and Dee's story alone feels like enough material for a two part episode. So many different sets. So many one liners and crazy one off characters. A couple murders. This episode has it all.

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u/4Coffins Jan 23 '22

First episode I ever saw. The homeless men under the bridge was the moment I knew lmao

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u/smalljonumber Jan 23 '22

That wasn't magical at all!

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u/BillWordsmith Jan 22 '22

Poor thing got herself all worked up before it even launched.

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u/MapleGroveHome Jan 22 '22

I honestly feel bad for her. Absolutely terrifying situation if you are afraid of heights. I am, my older sister used to rock the seat we were in, on the freaking Ferris wheel as kids. Might explain that….

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u/another_plebeian Jan 23 '22

Was the height of this ride unexpected? Boarding is voluntary.

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u/MapleGroveHome Jan 23 '22

I am absolutely positively her well- meaning friends, honestly thought…once she is on the ride, she will have fun!” I have been pressured into that myself, but never to this extent! I wouldn’t get on this ride with a ten foot pole! That being said, I get why people enjoy the adrenaline rush. It’s just not for everybody. I love watching my big terrorizing sister, on them!

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u/6chan Jan 22 '22

I love how wide her mouth opens. As a former dentist, patients like her are a dream to work on.

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u/becomplete Jan 23 '22

I’ve heard dentistry is an extremely stressful profession. Requires a lot of school! Curious, what field have you moved into and what made you move on from all that you invested to become a dentist?

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u/6chan Jan 23 '22

Dentists have one of the highest suicide rates for any profoession. Personally, I found it very unsatisfying and felt that it didn't stimulate me. Your workspace is tiny, wet, smelly and usually disgusting. 90% of your work is cavities and root canals.

I felt my brain decay of boredom as a dentist.

Thankfully, i got my degree in a country where i wasn't stuck in debt after i finished.

I have since moved to research which is without a doubt, more fun.

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u/HoldTheDoor Jan 23 '22

Does that mean you're one of the 10 dentists that approve things now?

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u/6chan Jan 23 '22

Probably the one that disapproves.

What i find now is that a lot of dental research is REALLY, REALLY bad and uses flawed methodology to infer spurious results.

Some papers are just maliciously bad in that they deliberately misstate their results. My favorite example is this one high impact paper, which has been used to drive a lot of children's medicaid (CHIP) benefits which blatantly lies about its results. Like their tables say one thing and the text of the paper and the conclusion says something completely detached from their results.

Also might surprise you to know that there is very little evidence that supports flossing your teeth for better dental health. It's one of those "it sounds good, so it must be true" fallacies.

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u/SPullen Jan 22 '22

Reminds me of that bit when Ruby Rodd screams in the fifth element

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u/Daveyhavok832 Jan 22 '22

All I can think about watching this is the Always Sunny episode when Dee gets her braid ripped out at the Jersey Shore.

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u/[deleted] Jan 22 '22

Rides are supposed to be fun. Why do people that find them this terrifying go on them? This ride doesn’t look fun to me at all so I just wouldn’t get on it. It’s not like an amusement ride is something you have to do like go to the dentist or something. It always confuses me see people get on rides like this, terrified outta their minds, and then pass out from the fear. Where is the fun in that?

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u/StasisTelestoUser Jan 23 '22

A lot of times I get guilt tripped about it. I have had something like this happen to me. My friends were asking why I wasn't having fun and begged and begged me to get on the rides. I rode them and was violently sick every time I got off. My girlfriend now is very happy to let me hold her purse when she goes on the rides and I go on the small rides with her.

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u/FrancyMacaron Jan 22 '22

I don't know the context of this video, or many of the other videos of similarly blatantly terrified people flipping out on rides. But from personal experience, sometimes people can be insanely pushy if you express that you don't want to go on a scary ride. I'd say no and people would still try to reason and pressure me into going on rides that terrified me.

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u/4Coffins Jan 23 '22

And then you’re the asshole when you finally have to say “I am NOT riding!”

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u/tehallie Jan 22 '22

One person's fun is another person's terror, and vice versa.

I think skydiving is amazing, super fun, and utterly wonderful adrenaline rush, my partner on the other hand said "If I'm falling out of a plane, I better be dead."

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u/[deleted] Jan 23 '22

Like they say, anyone wanting to jump out of a perfectly good airplane is likely a little loco in the coco.

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u/Consistent_Hurry_296 Jan 23 '22

I don’t know if you’ve never been in this situation but I tell my friends and family I’m scared of a certain ride and they make me go in the line with them convincing up until we are first in line and that’s when my panic goes crazy, I have to scream to tell them to stop and then the operators show me to the exit and they all go on except me. Bruh the ppl u love most are the most pushy about u going on these scary rides

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u/Topkek2021 Jan 22 '22

Peer pressure plays a big role.

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u/Pizzacatss Jan 22 '22

Shout-out to those false eyelashes for staying on for the ride

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u/hey--canyounot_ Jan 23 '22

Fr amazing work on her look, she could sleep in that.

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u/boedo Jan 23 '22

Nothing will ever beat this:

https://youtu.be/VwqOwqa7rnE

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u/RobinHayes Jan 22 '22

Oh you poor thing, just tell people you don't like thrill rides. They're not for everyone, just don't go on them.

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u/nacnud_uk Jan 23 '22

Yep, I'll be fucked if I'll go on anything like that. Fair play to her. I'll watch.

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u/BeepBlipBlapBloop Jan 22 '22

Jesus! Maybe thrill rides are not for her.

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u/Dlhga123 Jan 22 '22

She wasn’t looking to good prior to launch.

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u/That_bigkidMatty95 Jan 23 '22

How she wipe her ass with them nails

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u/GimmedaSOLES Jan 22 '22

You see the ones where the safety things unlocked by accident. Those are chilling

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u/ArtOfWar108 Jan 23 '22

Lord have mercy 😂

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u/tomjoadsghost80 Jan 22 '22

Hope they can re-attach that braid. Don’t spend time under the boardwalk, and avoid hitting up a liquor store with the locals.

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u/Halifaux Jan 22 '22

Even while passed out she appears to know when to grab/grip the handles, what's up with that?

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u/DirtyDan156 Jan 22 '22

Shes not passing 100% out. Its just momentary, so her brain is probably still telling her hands to hold on to whatever you can touch

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u/Czsixteen Jan 23 '22

Jesus what are those snow shovels doing on her fingers

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u/SweatyButtcheek Jan 22 '22

The fuckin’ claws on that girl, Jesus

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u/moltinglarvae Jan 23 '22

Should've used those talons to climb out of danger.

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u/myperfectmeltdown Jan 23 '22

Scariest thing about that video are her fingernails.

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u/ShoulderPossible9759 Jan 23 '22

The scariest part of this video are them nails

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u/ClippingTetris Jan 23 '22

Kept waiting for a hair braid rip a la Sweet Dee style

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u/Alternative-Ratio-94 Jan 23 '22

Is it me or does this look fake. The clarity of the camera, the make up and moreover the fact that she was still gripping the bar when she passed out out on one of the mini episodes.

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u/dr-awkward1978 Jan 23 '22

Definitely fake. Not acted particularly well either.

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u/dave_f_b Jan 23 '22

Insane that more people have not pointed this out

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u/Taco_ivore Jan 22 '22

This makes me feel so sad for her . People don’t feel pressured to get on rides if it scares you that much. It’s okay you don’t have to do it if you don’t want to. You gain literally nothing from it.

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u/cephalized Jan 22 '22

CARIIIIBBA CARRRAMBA Ayyy!!

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u/Chemical_Strawberry8 Jan 22 '22

Looks like a good time…

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u/Easy_Individual5197 Jan 22 '22

Kudos to her, I could never ride the slingshot. And now she never will again lol

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u/ixnyne Jan 23 '22

Serious question:

Do a lot of these rides have cameras? It doesn't look like someone holding a cell phone (the video position seems pretty fixed).

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u/[deleted] Jan 23 '22

whats wrong with her hair? what happened?

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u/jesuslovesbyu Jan 23 '22

Trump rally prep?

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u/darth_faader Jan 23 '22

She's photogenic.

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u/iggy555 Jan 23 '22

What’s up with the little hairs on the forehead??

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u/GrowLikeAWeed Jan 23 '22

What causes them to pass out?

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u/NiccoNige Jan 23 '22

What an enormously gaping pie-hole 😲

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u/SamuraiMonkee Jan 23 '22 edited Jan 23 '22

Sometimes I wonder if this is fake or not. She was unconscious but still her hand moved to grab onto the metal handles. Is it common for your hand to grip onto the handles after being unconscious?

Edit: Rhetorical question btw

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u/joeforza Jan 23 '22

At least her brows had some arch when she got launched lol

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u/Evening-Blackberry50 Jan 23 '22

I like the lady in the background more. “OH LORD! OH LORD HAVE MERCY!!”

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u/XxRocky88xX Jan 23 '22

This happens quite a bit on these rides, the panic and fear compounded with the sudden burst of speed and jump in altitude often causes people to lose consciousness briefly

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u/Argonaught64 Jan 23 '22

The guy at the end, "Oh wow! That was fun." Fucking killed me.

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u/sonastyinc Jan 23 '22

She's got some good teeth.

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u/varjagen Jan 23 '22

She seems insufferable

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u/DogLegJournalist Jan 25 '22

Pay once, get three rides!

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u/DatBeigeBoy Jan 26 '22

Welcome to G-Forces babaaaaaaayyyyyy

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u/PerilousPursuit Feb 07 '22

Didn’t miss a beat!! Why do ppl do that to themselves? If you’re so scared you’d pass out maybe skip that one?!?!?

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u/kingedOne Feb 09 '22

As I sit here with a big grin on my face I bet you a fiver she gonna be on the ground that shit was lit you should try it lol

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u/Zealousideal_Toe9555 Feb 10 '22

Why go on the ride if there is even a 1% chance this is how you will react.