The deliberate removal of stimuli from your senses could, potentially, be interrupted by the ostensibly unignorable stimuli associated with drowning, which they say feels like burning. They also say when you drown, you’ll still try to scream, which consumes more of the oxygen you’re losing as you drown, quickening the hypoxiation of your cerebral self. The throat spasms, attempting to occlude the tunnel to the lungs. But people still do it, try to scream. Drowning, however, is a quiet event. Drowning occurs more frequently in daughters and the young. Drowning occurs more frequently in losers and quitters. Drowning occurs more frequently in the newly poor, the newly paralyzed. You can’t get bedsores when you’re drowning. That’s one good point.