Blackout – what now?

Victims frequently feel groggy, faint, nauseous or sick after coming to. They don’t feel themselves, they often can’t go to work the next day and need to stay in bed.

It is common to react to the fact they have been victims of a violent crime with initial disbelief. They only realise what has actually happened much later.

If you find yourself in this condition, we recommend that you:

The same procedure should be followed if you find someone else in this condition.

MANEO can provide you with professional counselling and support.

 

Symptoms and effects

Knockout drops have different effects depending on the substances used, the physical constitution of the victim and if there has been any prior consumption of medications or alcohol ...

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Knockout drops are treacherous

Victims given knockout drops after consuming alcohol or other drugs, e.g. medications, often attribute the symptoms they experienced – particularly blackouts – to these other circumstances.

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Blackout – what now?

Victims frequently feel groggy, faint, nauseous or sick after coming to. They don’t feel themselves, they often can’t go to work the next day and need to stay in bed.

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Be alert!

You need to be particularly vigilant in public!

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Tips for witnesses and helpers

Worauf zu achten ist, wenn Du bemerkst das jemand unter dem Einfluss von K.O.-Tropfen steht erfährst Du hier.

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Case studies

Have a look at the following case studies.

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Download

You can download our information sheet "Knockout drops" here.

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