The Heimlich maneuver is a standard procedure in cases of suffocation.
consists of abdominal pressure; the person who performs it is behind which is choking and tightens the stomach and diaphragm using hands while he or she raised a little, in order to create a pressure that held the food.
However, this maneuver requires two people to do so.
But what if you’re alone?
Jeff Rehman, a fire physician, has the answer to this question. It suggests that you kneel and falls on his chest forward, as shown in the video below.
This helps your diaphragm to create pressure and take the food out or at least will help you get some air.
Check out the video below: