Here you will find a few answers to some of the most common questions that are asked when first exploring the act of body suspension. 

Please note that this list is not definitive, but is based on some facts and the most common collective opinions about suspension however it  is open to change. 

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Overall the process of body suspension, if carried out with due care, should be categorised as low risk. The reason why it is difficult to class it as “safe” is mainly due to the practice itself involves several aspects that involve an elective infliction damage to the skin.

One activity that suspension is sometimes compared to is base jumping, due to the participants being aware of the the potential risks and having the choice to accept them. 

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