Afterwards she reportedly said her head was hurting and went home, where she was later found dead. I struggled with holding until I burst for a long time, and even sometimes now I find it hard to let go even when I really need to. She basically overdosed on water. Sadly, it appears not to be. Re: Holding until bursting I have tried this a few times but I end up with the same problem. Carb0nBased Senior Member. The preponderence of lawyers around no doubt will help them work in a court of law against the contest runners.
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Bob, East Grinstead I recently looked this up on web to find out how much water an adult should drink per day. Send a private message to Frodo British Dietetic Association. Actor Anthony Andrews was treated for water intoxication in "If you put salty water on onion skin the cells will shrink, if you put too much water on it the cells will swell," he says.
Afterwards she reportedly said her head was hurting and went home, where she was later found dead. All trying to get something for nothing Water is so innocuous, so normal, so recommended. For most people that means about only 4 to 6 cups of liquid are needed even apparently dry foods like bread contain some "free water" -- so leave the sippy cups at home if you are over 4 years old, OK?
A few times we've played 'holding games' and if I'm overly full then I can hold on for as long as I need, but if I'm caught slightly off guard when I'm not 'FULL' full then the desperation is worse and I just can't hold it anymore. Bob Gardiner, Kirkbymoorside This is really shocking. I thought I was drunk, but it must be water intoxication! Once you can do that readily, try this exercise: When bursting to go, just relax your holding muscles until you start to leak, then clamp down to hold it. Ghost town. I'm sure it would be much easier with a diaper, or when sitting in "wettable" clothes on top of a surface that can't be damaged.