Today we are going to talk about how children are affected by social media platforms and to gain some views on videos they risk their life. You have seen many controversial videos and some disturbing videos on TikTok.You have watched many TikTok challenges videos in which they doing challenges related to similar content like dance challenges, singing challenges, etc.. now these challenges video is increasing day by day on Tiktok and on other platforms also but for some views, they risk their life also by doing such dangerous things and it affects their life from youngsters to elders. As such a thing happened to a 13-year-old boy. To know more details scroll down the page.
A 13-year-old boy died in Ohio after taking a bunch of Benadryl because he was trying to complete challenges on Tiktok. This is the most dangerous challenge and content promoted by Tiktok and most people and children are doing this because of this one boy also died. Jacob’s grandmother is doing anything she can “to make sure another child doesn’t go through” with the challenge, she told me. To know more about this case and detail drag down the page, and continue to read.
What Is Benadryl TikTok Challenge?
A 13-year-old boy who passed away was identified as Jacob Steven was participating in a Tiktok challenge with some friends at home when he consumed a bunch of Bendrayl which is a medicine for allergy relief. Benadryl is a medicine for those people who have allergies and want relief from them but it can be dangerous for overdose.
According to the reports, in 2020 The US Food and Drug Administration gave a warning to the public about the Bendaryl Challenge on Tiktok that it will be dangerous that overdosing on Bendaryl can result in serious heart problems, seizures, coma, or even death and it become reality. After warning people not to get serious and do this challenge it affected also children during this one boy died.
TikTok said to justify this incident as said Our deepest sympathies go out to the family. At TikTok, we strictly prohibit and remove content that promotes dangerous behavior with the safety of our community as a priority. We have never seen this type of content trend on our platform and have blocked searches for years to help discourage copycat behavior. Our team of 40,000 safety professionals works to remove violations of our Community Guidelines and we encourage our community to report any content or accounts they’re concerned about. Consumers and parents should store any medications and prescription medicines out of the reach of children and request to you not do this kind of thing and also explain this to their children. For more updates stay tuned with us.