It is definitely possible for a person to kill yourself this way. Some people who are concerned about life insurance paying out think they can make monoxide poisoning look like an accidental death. Assuming that you're asking this for real, rather than coming up with a plot for a novel or something, please call 1(800)SUICIDE [1-800-784-2433] before doing anything irrevocable. Carbon monoxide is a gas molecule that binds to a red blood cell more strongly that oxygen. Because oxygen cannot displace the CO once bound, the blood system is left with less and less oxygen for fuel. This yields a slow, toxic suffocation. Symptoms of CO poisoning - headache first, then nausea/vomiting, then altered level of consciousness (something like being very drunk and incoherent), then after that generally losing consciousness and death. After death there is often cherry-red skin, much like the meat at the grocery store which is treated with CO for preservation.
Carbon monoxide poisoning.
they bury you
That would depend upon the dosage of Carbon Monoxide.
Carbon monoxide takes oxygen from the atmosphere or inside a persons body to form CO2 and the person will die from lack of oxygen
no not necacerily but its a possiblity
No. You can't get Cancer from Carbon Monoxide. You die from Carbon Monoxide instantly.
yes, and if you dont have enough ventillation you can die from carbon monoxide poisoning
Svetlana Raykhimova died on September 7, 2013, in Moscow, Russia of carbon monoxide poisoning.
German Titov died on September 20, 2000, in Moscow, Russia of carbon monoxide poisoning.
he would probably choke or he would get nervous convulsions in his body more commonly like wheezing or fits and if it is excess of carbon monoxide he will surely die.
His exact cause of death is not known for certain, however some of the published poisoning possibilities include alcohol poisoning by excessive consumption of alcohol, a toxic disorder, or carbon monoxide poisoning.
If you are contemplating suicide, PLEASE call the Hopeline at 1-800-784-2433.Typically, people who die of carbon monoxide poisoning (intentionally or accidentally) are inside a closed area (house, garage) where fumes are being generated by a running automobile or by some form of heating fuel (such as charcoal). Most forms of simple ventilation will prevent dangerous concentrations of the monoxide, but fatalities have been known to occur.
Mikaela Drozdovskaya died on November 14, 1978, in Moscow, USSR of burns and carbon monoxide poisoning.
The problem with carbon monoxide is that haemoglobin would much rather take it up than oxygen. In fact, haemoglobin has a 500 times greater affinity for carbon monoxide than with oxygen. Without oxygen being transported to our cells, respiration ceases and basic metabolic reactions in our body stop, and we quickly die from carbon monoxide poisoning.
Carbon Monoxide. For instance, if you let your car running in the garage you could die of CO poisoning.
Harold McSpaden died on April 20, 1996, in Kansas City, Kansas, USA of carbon monoxide poisoning.
Fatal accident at home.
Libby Holman died on June 18, 1971, in Stamford, Connecticut, USA of suicide - carbon monoxide poisoning.
Mike Kalina died on January 26, 1992, in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, USA of suicide by carbon monoxide poisoning.
Richard Kelton died on November 27, 1978, in Denver, Colorado, USA of accidental carbon monoxide poisoning.
Mary Yankovic died on April 9, 2004, in Fallbrook, California, USA of accidental carbon monoxide poisoning.
Nick Yankovic died on April 9, 2004, in Fallbrook, California, USA of accidental carbon monoxide poisoning.
Carbon monoxide is a harmful gas. It may cause for die.