Dry Drowning Symptoms & Causes

According to the Center for Disease Control and Prevention, drowning is the leading cause of death among children, with an average of 22 drownings and 11 drowning deaths per day in 2021 alone. Although this data is certainly alarming and might make parents question the safety of water-based activities, there are ways to ensure that you and your children remain safe. In this article, we explore what the three main types of drowning look like, and dive most deeply into the phenomenon of dry drowning—a non-medical term for when someone exhibits the symptoms of drowning but without any actual water present in their lungs. Central Mutual with more!


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