So I was going to tell you about the health risks of students challenging other students with these crazy games, One the cinnamon challenge well the challenge is were the person takes a teaspoon of cinnamon and try to swallow without no water in 60 seconds, this is the health part is that the student will experience severe coughing fits, choke, or suffer from pneumonia or other medical conditions may result. "We urge parents and caregivers to talk to their teens about the cinnamon challenge, explaining to their teens that what may seem like a silly game can have serious health consequences."
The Choking Game Cutting off your air supply is no game, but according to a recent study, 1 in 7 college kids has participated in "the choking game," where kids try feel a "high" by using various means of choking themselves. Jill Weber, a Virginia-based clinical psychologist, tells U.S. News & World Report that "children who regularly play the choking game may not be doing it to please their peers--their behavior may signal something more serious."
Putting ice and salt on your skin, Kids are testing their pain threshold by putting salt and ice on wet skin and seeing how long they can tolerate the sensation. Beyond the pain, they also could end up with serious burns and scars.
Water binging, or chugging, can cause water intoxication. In 2005, a student at Chico State University in Chico, Calif. died of water poisoning from chugging water as part of a fraternity hazing ritual.
Kids play Chubby Bunny by stuffing their mouths with large marshmallows. The winner is the person who can stuff their face with the most marshmallows and still say "Chubby Bunny." Sounds simple but kids can suffocate or choke to death as a result of blocking their throat with food.
Since when do kids like milk? Enough for some to try the milk challenge. They drink a gallon of whole milk in an hour. The result is vomiting, diarrhea, cramps, and bloating.
And these are the health risk for the students that play these challenging games so I what the adults to be aware of it.