Scientists Just Discovered What Happens To You 60 Seconds Before You Die

February 26, 2018 lilit 0 Comments

People who have had the experience of close death or even abandonment of the body, have been intriguing scientists since ancient times. With patients who vividly describe the experience of dazzling white light, it’s fascinating and surprising what a person actually is experiencing a few moments before his death. Chemical experts have finally found the answer exactly what is happening in that one minute preceding death.

The first step before death is the feeling of evil flesh

Although it seems incredible, scientists at the American Society of Chemistry say that the experience of a close death is similar to watching a horror film in which a killer succumbs to the victim with an ax. Feeling like you are there because you identify with the victim, causes a sense of fear, so the feeling before the death and the feeling of the victim of an attack are almost the same. Have your hips passed through your spine, or have you even gotten drunk? And we thought that dying was a peaceful experience. Would not it be better to die while we are unconscious or coma?

The second step is a chemical reaction to fear

As when you experience an adrenaline-induced fear while you watch the killer overwhelmed by the victim, so the feeling of close-to-death activates the same feeling. Emotions and a sense of fear make people do one of two things-to react to the situation or to flee. Whatever the reaction, the physiological and chemical processes in the body are activated to protect the body. Consequent sensory information flowing through the body is directed through the central nervous system to the thalamus, which acts as a communication center, and from there the signals are sent to different parts of the brain.

The third step is the response to an act that is going on or screaming

Upcoming exit information will irritate your nervous system until the desire for escape is activated. This trauma feeling is buried deep in the human psyche since the time of the cave man, exerting an influence on the body that corresponds to escape or attack. During this experience, the body responds to the increased secretion of adrenaline, which, together with glucose, is passed through the body. The desire to scream in such situations stems from the inability to act in the way we want, that is, we are in a situation in which we can not help ourselves. Screaming is a natural instinct that points to helplessness or a response to danger and an attempt to escape.

The last step, pain and then death

In the case when screaming and an attempt to escape do not give the desired result, this means that there is no hope or exit anymore. Then, when there is no escape anymore, and you become aware of it, the next emotion is pain. Pain is one of the last emotions we feel before death. Then, special neuronal pain receptors send the signal to the brain in order to try to disable an event that will lead to a new pain. Patients with close experience of death say they have seen a bright white light. Perhaps it is just an urge to resist the white light or to go to it which affects whether a person will really die or will only be on the move from death.

The experience of close death and biological death

In moments after clinical death, the brain remains alive for some time. During this time, the brain makes the last major effort and these moments are like a conscious state. It is this powerful stroke that many people bring back to life, and this is what is called the experience of a close death associated with white blinding light. If this phase is bypassed, and the body does not react physically, the next stage is biological death and, of course, the end.

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