The brightest planet🚀☀️
Carbon Dioxide Overload
Venus has the densest atmosphere of the four terrestrial planets, consisting of 96% carbon dioxide. Any gas that does not contain oxygen is deadly. A condition known as hypercapnia (too much carbon dioxide) occurs. The human body would respond by hyperventilating, sensing it was low on oxygen, the person would become dizzy, panicky, bluish skin, eventually passing out after about four minutes or so, brain-dead from lack of oxygen, in addition to massive organ failure in CO2 (carbon dioxide) exposure if was prolonged. So, if you want to be brain-dead, have organ failure, not breathing, and look like a smurf, Venus is the planet for you.
Venus: The brightest & the smartest planet
The Very Pleasant Conditions
Venus snows metal and rains sulfuric acid! By the way, sulfuric acid burns off your skin. It causes chemical burns, secondary thermal burns, and can lead to perminit blindness. Sounds pleasant right? Here's some more amazing weather conditions on Venus. With a mean surface temperature of 863°F, Venus is by far the hottest planet in the solar system, even though Mercury is the closest to the sun (Venus is the second). This is because the surface of Venus is so thick and heavy that it traps the solar energy. Did you know Venus may have had oceans in the past? This planet doesn't anymore due to the temperature rising. Causing the water to evaporate. The temperature rose due to a runaway greenhouse effect.
Venus's surface is a dry dessertscape interpassed with slab-like rocks and periodically resurfaced due to volcanoes. Most of its surface apprears to have been shaped by volcanic activity. Venus has several times as many volcanoes as Earth, and it has 167 large volcanoes that are over 100 km (328,083.99 feet). Several lines of evidence of ongoing volcanic activity on Venus.
If stress is getting to you and you want to end it all, GO TO VENUS!