Tenafly schools warn of ‘pass out’ game

In the ?game,? students make themselves hyperventilate for

In the “game,” students make themselves hyperventilate for one to two minutes, causing a state of dizziness. They then stand up and pass out before regaining consciousness, triggering a brief high. (March 8, 2014 5:57 PM)

Tenafly School District officials sent a letter to parents warning against what middle school students are calling the “pass out” game.

In the “game,” students make themselves hyperventilate for one to two minutes, causing a state of dizziness. They then stand up and pass out before regaining consciousness, triggering a brief high.

The letter warns that it could cause brain damage, serious...

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