- Mar 9, 2023
Just tested it out this/last week. Dehydration + starvation started at the same time. Wanted to see how far I'd get before I thought that the bus was on its way.Hmm maybe I'll try the dehydration method then-
Anyone whose tried it? Does anyone have tips on it?
I really thought this method wouldn't have much consequences, guess I was wrongJust tested it out this/last week. Dehydration + starvation started at the same time. Wanted to see how far I'd get before I thought that the bus was on its way.
Got to the night of day 3. Passed out on my kitchen floor, couldn't move for a few minutes, and ended the experiment then.
My symptoms included accelerated heart rate (not painful, just uncomfortable), minor headache (would rate 2/10 for pain, but I have headaches regularly and am used to them), racing thoughts (worse than I've had before), and the expected light-headed ness. Minor nausea when I first started.
When I woke up after passing out, I felt cold and out of control of my own body. I couldn't walk and had to literally crawl back to bed.
I might be missing a few symptoms as I've been severely depressed these last 2 weeks and brain fog is real. If I think of anything, I'll let you know.
This is a very difficult way to CTB without assistance. As mentioned above, those who have died using this method in hospice have had some form of assistance.
I've seen people mention wetting their mouths (without swallowing!!!) to avoid cracked tongue, but that requires a lot of self control. I've also seen suggestions to take pain killers, but that's only feasible to those who can take medication without liquids.
I'm personally planning on trying this method for real if I can't find SN, but I wouldn't recommend it to others. Hypocrite nation unite! Lol
It’s not painful at all, maybe an occasional headache but it’s generally painless.Dehydration sounds like a painful method. Plus the amount of SI is immeasurable. It'd probably take a few days depending on the activities you carry out and the temperature. I suggest against it but in the end, the method is up to you.