TikTok er að verða vinsælasti samfélagsmiðill í heimi meðal ungs fólks. Það getur verið gaman að taka áskorunum (TikTok Challenge) sem oftast snúast um að dansa eða gera eitthvað fyndið.
Frá upphafi hefur þó hluti notenda TikTok sett fram áskoranir á aðra sem geta verið mjög hættulegar. Stundum er þetta „grín“ til að sjá hvort einhver sé nógu vitlaus til að reyna þetta og svo er hlegið. Hér að neðan er þó listi yfir stórhættulegar áskoranir sem hafa leitt til stórslysa eða jafnvel dauða ungs fólks á TikTok.
Í síðustu viku lést 15 ára stúlka í Oklahoma City eftir að hafa tekið þátt í Benadryl challenge á TikTok. Hugmyndin er að fólk taki ofnæmislyfið Benadryl í miklu magni til að finna fyrir vímu og sjá ofsjónir. Svo á að taka myndband af vímunni, setja á TikTok og hlæja að því hvað þú ert skrítinn.
„Það sem gerir þessa áskorun stórhættulega er að til að fá áhrif ofskynjunar eða vímu af Benadryl þarf magnið að vera langt yfir eðlilegum skammti. Magnið sem þarf til að fá áhrifin er mjög nálægt því magni sem veldur heilablóðfalli, heilaskaða, flogaköstum eða jafnvel dauða.“
Læknir í Texas fékk þrjár unglingsstúlkur með stuttu millibili sem þekktust ekki en höfðu allar tekið ofskammt af Benadryl fyrir Tiktok myndband. Það tókst að bjarga lífi þeirra en tíminn leiðir í ljós hvort þær ná fullri heilsu á ný.
Hér að neðan er svo listi (á ensku) sem er gott að fara yfir og deila. Þetta eru allt TikTok áskoranir þar sem einhver hefur slasast alvarlega eða látist.
These videos are actually being made for years. Content producers partially suffocate themselves to feel enthusiastic. These videos, known as the drowning challenge, reached their most popular spot in 2017, despite the ups and downs.
Since then, these videos have been published on various social media platforms, including TikTok. The risks of participating in this challenge are much higher than you think. This can lead to death of your brain cells, permanent brain damage, and even death if it continues too long.
One of the most common video topics among content producers, this challenge is a bit dangerous, as the name suggests. Content producers smear flammable liquid on some of their bodies and then burn it and record the results. An example of people who shoot these videos, which usually result in a 1st and 2nd degree burn, is widely available on the Internet.
At least 3 people are required for these videos. The people on the sides jump on the back of his feet when they jump in the middle and cause the person to fall to the ground. As it can be understood from the name of the challenge, someone who falls in this way has the risk of breaking the skull.
One of the new trends and the most dangerous of social media, socket challenge can cause electrical system damage, electric shocks and fires. This movement is made by touching the ends of the charger, which is plugged into the wall socket, with a big spark. This challenge has already caused major material damage at a school in Massachusetts.
Another dangerous video issue, the hot water challenge, causes severe burns and injuries. An 8-year-old girl died in 2017 after trying this challenge. The Challenge initially started as drinking boiling water with a straw, but after this death it turned into pouring boiling water down the head.
Of course, when a person passes out, this has negative consequences. Here, the participants pass through themselves, constantly shaking their heads. Although it may seem like an innocent challenge at first, of course it also has dangerous sides like falling down and hitting somewhere.
Although this challenge is less dangerous than others, it can still cause serious problems for some participants. These videos use peppers that are very hot like ghost peppers. You consume this pepper and you film your reactions. According to Medical Daily’s report in 2016, a 47-year-old man became a hospital after consuming a hamburger containing this pepper.
In this challenge, which has been held at TikTok for months, a group of people circle around a camera and throw things up, such as basketballs and eggs. When the things they throw back come back, it hits one of them. The object coming to the head of someone from above can cause very large jolts.
It is not a good idea to eat soap regardless of color and shape. The laundry detergent called Tide Pod, which was initially mocked due to its colorful and sugar-like appearance, was started to be defeated for this challenge. Some people and young YouTube users continue to eat this, although it causes huge health problems.
Unfortunately, this challenge, which led to many deaths, still continues. In this challenge, the participants are given 50 tasks to do one each day for 50 days. Although the original tasks are not very dangerous, more dangerous tasks are beginning to come and the participant is asked to commit suicide. There have been similar challenges before, but none have been as effective as the blue whale.
In fact, this challenge that started in the early 2001 went viral in 2012. In this challenge, participants eat a spoonful of cinnamon, or rather try to eat it. Participants can face huge health problems such as suffocation and damage to the lungs.
Salt and ice:
In this challenge, salt is poured on moist bare skin and pressed on the skin with ice. As a result, first and second degree ice burns, a skin that collects water appears.