Can people freeze themselves to death by simulating cold conditions by means of mind control?

Q: Can people freeze themselves to death by simulating cold conditions by means of mind control?

A: No, psychological cues, although in extreme conditions can actually cause you to die when the body is extremely weak, it is not really a burn or frostbite, but an imbalance in the body that results from a faulty response. For example, due to false hints caused by the low heart rate of shock coma, or respiratory caused by oxygen poisoning, and so on, heart rate caused by heart attack and so on, in short, basically due to the heart and lung circulatory system caused by the death.

So people might die starting from psychological cues, but not die of psychological cues.

Have any suicides used psychological cues to kill themselves successfully?

 

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