Iâ€™m seriously hurting for some advice. Long story short: I was planning to go out using the helium method, someone found the tanks, the tanks have been taken away. I feel like such an idiot.
Lucky I kept two very well hidden. I can still pull this off if I time it right, but Iâ€™m only going to get one shot at it. Please help me. I have to make this work.
I described my setup here a week or so ago. I didnâ€™t get much advice then so Iâ€™m begging for it now. Iâ€™ve researched this method thoroughly, but thereâ€™s one aspect of it that I still havenâ€™t found the answer for.
â€œIt seems like the main problem people encounter is the instinctive removal of the hood after falling unconscious. From a passage Iâ€™ve read in the Final Exit addendum, this is likely caused by too much oxygen leaking into the hood which prevents the brain from entering anoxia. And once the helium feed shuts off, the person ends up subconsciously removing the hood.â€
â€œI was thinking of restraining my hands but that would make turning the valves rather awkward. Should I not restrain my hands and simply trust the system to work as described?â€
What do you think guys? Would hand restraints resolve this problem?
Please tell me what I should do.