What do we see just before we die?

What do we see just before we die?

Many areas are explored over time, without yet having clear answers. Some talk about her Zoeincluding those which do not concern it per se.

i mean the scientists they don’t look for ways to stop suffering from life-changing and/or ending illnesses. Example; THE studies they are trying to find out what happens to us -what we see, what we experience, how our brain reacts- just before dying.

You may be thinking how useful this information can be to you (us).

The response of those who dedicate endless hours of their lives to this subject explain that the so-called experiences “phenomena of death” (or deathbed effects) is important for several reasons.

‘Cause I care what happens when we die

Of course, there are reasons why scholars deal with our last moments in this world. There is a relative bibliography dated of 1926. Nevertheless, descriptive Deathbed phenomena have occurred since ancient times.

Let me tell you what the investigators themselves testified to as to why they dedicated themselves to the funeral liturgy.

  • First, the results can bring comfort to dying people and their loved ones.
  • Second, they can help medical professionals and caregivers better understand the needs of dying patients.
  • Third, studying deathbed phenomena can shed light on the nature of consciousness, the human brain, and the relationship between mind and body.
  • Fourth, the findings can contribute to our understanding of the afterlife and the nature of death itself.

Our brain doesn’t die when we stop breathing

Near-death and post-mortem experiences have been reported by individuals throughout the history of our species and in different cultures.

Dead one is considered when the heart of and the breathing of. Towards the end, the breathing changes rhythm and several rapid breaths are observed, followed by a period of apnea.

The interval of each apnea increases until breathing stops. All this is said “Cheyne-Stokes Breathing” people (Dr. John Cheyne and William Stokes) who first described it as “breathing pattern that indicates death is very close – minutes to hours”.

It is thought to be the result of heart function ending.

A few minutes after the end of breathing, brain function stops 100% and the skin begins to “lose” temperature.

It takes less time between the end of heart function and their death strokes cells. This is the time when it has been observed that various things can happen. Such as deviant electrophysiological activity in the brain.

Deathbed phenomena include a wide range of experiences such as; visions dead close or religious people, feelings of rejoicing THE exceeding And mystical experiences.

According to a study published in February 2022, the first electroencephalography ever performed on a human being, at the time of his death, showed that theWhen we close our eyes, we see for the last time the most beautiful moments of our life..

The results of the work carried out by the neuroscientists of its faculty of medicine University of Michigan and were published on May 1, they add that there is to burst activity At brains dying people like the one recorded are fully conscious, even when they stop breathing.

“The amount of living experience that can emerge from a dysfunctional brain during the dying process is a neuroscientific paradox.”

Lead author of the post, Jimo Borjigin explained how “We know very little about the process of death. This may be the first study to show, second by second, how the brain dies.

Although the mechanisms and physiological significance of these findings remain to be fully explored, these data suggest that the dying brain may still be active.

They also suggest the need to reevaluate the role of the brain in cardiac arrest.”

The hidden consciousness of the dying

Researchesthe researchers continued the research they had done a decade earlier in animals. They followed electroencephalogram (see sensors attached to the scalp to detect electrical activity in brain waves) four people who were dying of cardiac arrest.

They were in a coma and unresponsive because the mechanical assist switch had been turned off – by decision of their families.

It was found that two of them had gamma wave ‘burst’ And increased heart rateafter loss of oxygen as a result of cardiac arrest.

These are the fastest brain waves associated with simultaneous processing of informationfrom different areas of the brain.

They transmit information silently. It is considered that they regulate it perception and the awarenesswhile they are also activated when we engage in complex activities.

These patients reported having epileptic judgmentsbut they suffered from it neither before nor during their death.

The researchers noted that the intense activity lasted from 30” to 2 minutes after the end of technical support. They speculate that these gamma waves could mean the patients felt some form of consciousness – similar to what we have in a lucid state.

One part of the brain that showed high gamma wave activity was the temporoparietal junction, behind the ear. Area that is particularly activated when we see a dream or have an “unreal” experience.

It was pointed out that because the patients died, it is not known exactly what they experienced during those seconds or if this brain activity is related to death, and how the study was carried out on a very small sample. . Therefore, more work is needed before they can speak with more confidence.

“However, the observed findings are certainly exciting and provide a new framework for understanding hidden consciousness in the dying.”

What a man who “came back” from death revealed

In early 2023, a 55-year-old Briton recounted the day he came close to death, following complications from heart valve surgery. He said how “I wasn’t looking at my body. I was ‘out’ of it. It was like I was in the spiritual realm.

I was aware of what was happening, but I had so much peace. Then I fell asleep and woke up alive, the bleeding stopped. I knew it wasn’t time to die yet.”

He saw no tunnel, no light at the end of it. “My overall experience was very peaceful”.

What is the counterpoint?

According to the psychopharmacologist and researcher, Ronald K. Siegel there are many similarities between deathbed phenomena and hallucinations caused by medications.

As he said”drug-induced hallucinations often contain images of other beings and of deceased friends and family members”.

Some scientists who have studied the phenomenon have described it as hallucinations them optical, listeners And perceptible attendance dead parents THE Angels beingsduring the dying process.

There are several explanations for this. For example, we mention cerebral hypoxiaTHE confusionTHE deliriumTHE impairments of bodily systems (eg, renal, hepatic, pulmonary) and h mental reaction to stress.

When the brain does not have adequate blood flow, such as when a person suffers cardiac arrest, the brain is deprived of oxygen.

A short period of cerebral hypoxia can lead to impaired neuronal function. It is assumed that this neuronal dysfunction is responsible for the death phenomena.

Of course, this does not explain why similar phenomena are experienced by the people of the deceased who are in the same space with him, in these last moments. You see, deathbed phenomena have been observed in them as well.

In this respect, the antithesis “circles” grief as the most likely explanation.

Before I leave you, I would like you to know that there are researchers trying to use it artificial intelligence to recognize them object that people see in dreams them, on the basis stroke operation.

They explain that this mind reading can be possible for them too unconscious THE dying the patients.

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