Dec 17, 2019
Today I will discuss with you one thing that is almost impossible in life, that is, how can you save yourself when you find yourself buried in a coffin. This topic seems very ridiculous, but I believe many of my friends have seen the movie "Kill Bill". The heroine Uma Thurman in the play encountered this kind of thing, and finally she successfully completed self-rescue. I won't tell you more about the specific plot. Today, I mainly share with you how we should help ourselves when we encounter such a thing!
When you wake up, you will surely find yourself in a dark and closed coffin. At this time, you cannot sit or move. After a few seconds of high-speed operation, you realize that you are still alive. Then, you need to take some rescue actions, but do not panic at this time. Even if it is difficult for most people to do this, you must try your best to control your emotions.
The easiest way to help yourself is to simply yell rudely. Although it is simple, there is still a great chance of being rescued by this method. Secondly, you need to know that in an ordinary coffin, oxygen can only sustain adults for more than 40 minutes. If you are too nervous, your breathing will speed up and the time that oxygen can maintain will be shortened, so be sure to try to calm yourself down first!
When your body is in a lying position, it is difficult to give out strength, but you still have to use your hands and feet to try to open the lid. Don't deny yourself in your heart. Even if you can only push a little, don't give up firmly, because the soil on the lid will slowly seep into it, and the lid will be pushed open when it reaches a certain amount. After these series of self-help actions, you will get the long-awaited oxygen!
The last step is also very important. It is necessary to make as many loud sounds as possible in order to get help from passersby on the road around the grave. Maybe this doesn't happen to you at all, but it can be stored as a knowledge ability. So what do you think is the best way to help yourself? Welcome message exchange!