Life flashed before my eyes. Scientists reveal what people actually see before they die

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Life flashed before my eyes. Scientists told what people actually see before they die

It seems that researchers are one step closer to understanding what happens to people who have experienced clinical death .

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We are all interested in what happens to a person on the other side – when the heart suddenly stops and then starts beating again. There are many theories about the corridors and the light at the end of them, but it seems that today researchers are one step closer to understanding what people feel at the door of death, writes the Daily Mail.

In the course of the study, Dr. Sam Parnia, study author and critical care expert at NYU Langone Health, New York, and colleagues interviewed more than two dozen patients who experienced clinical death and literally returned from the dead.

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It turned out that life really flashes before our eyes before death, and it seems that scientists were able to identify five main themes for experiences. For example, the researchers found that patients went through a kind of “life assessment” – some described memories from life, others remembered certain people and how they were treated in life.

Other patients said that they felt as if “heading to their destination” and some were even aware that CPR was being performed and even heard the doctors.

Another British doctor, who spent 20 years collecting data on patients who managed to return from the other world, said that some of them reported heightened consciousness for decades.

More than 500 recipients took part in Dr. Parnia's study, only a little more than fifty women and men of them survived cardiopulmonary resuscitation.

During the resuscitation of patients, special brain monitoring devices were connected to them in order to fix any signals. In addition, the devices projected various images on a screen in front of the patient or played audio recordings with specific words, such as apple, banana or pear.

The researchers found that some patients could actually remember some of the things that happened. However, there were those who, apparently, interpreted medical events in a strange way. For example, one recipient thought he was “burning in hell.” The researchers speculate that this false feeling arose as a result of interpreting the burning sensation from intravenous potassium.

From a group of 500 people, the scientists also collected testimonies from more than 20 patients. It is noteworthy that two of them remembered that they heard the medical staff, one saw and felt the touch of the doctors, and three patients reported that they had dreams, for example, a fisherman sang in one of them. Six of the respondents recalled the experience of death, and one patient stated that she heard the voice of her long-dead grandmother, who told her to return to her body. which is very real. This is not like hallucinations, illusions, delusions – in fact, all these are real experiences that arise after death.

Note that only a little more than fifty recipients survived to be discharged from the hospital, 25 of them could not be interviewed for health reasons and only 28 patients were asked about their unique experience 2-4 weeks after clinical death.