Answer: an uneducated guess, that is the world of life where there are troubles and hardships, it may feel as though you might drown is all your problems and worries, but that one person who always makes you feel safe and keeps your head "above the water" is...... your ex-boyfriend?
Answer: Squirrel swimming lessons :) but really the majority of animals are able to swim by instinct. If this has happened a lot in your pool I would suggest getting a pool cover. They have several different sizes to choose from.
Answer: No. But you will cough/choke up the water. When you breathe, a small flap over your windpipe opens. When you eat and drink, that flap is closed. If you try to breathe while you have food/water in your mouth, your windpipe will cough the foreign object back up.
Answer: Secondary drowning can occur when even a small amount of sea watergets into the lungs. The salt draws water from the lung cells byosmosis. The water fills up the air spaces, therefore, effectivelydrowning the person.
Answer: Drowning is death from asphyxia (deficient oxygen to the body) due to suffocation caused by a liquid entering the lungs preventing the absorption of oxygen. It leads to cerebral hypoxia (inadequate oxygen to the brain) and myocardial infarcation (lack of oxygen to the heart). If you mean the act of someone being drown it would be from: Drugs+swiming Drinking+swiming Not know how to swim + going in water One person is mad at another + water= easy death something is restraining a person from swiming up
Answer: Assuming that a person did not die from drowning, there is not much in the way of aftereffects. Infection in the lungs is always possible, but is easily treated with a course of anitbiotics like Augmentin or Levaquin.