Incredible discovery with witnesses of survivors of a cardiac arrest: “The brain works even after the departure”
A scientific study from 2014 revealed what happens to our brain at the moment when our heart stops beating. A surprising truth that, perhaps, some already knew, but that fascinates and, at the same time, intrigues many.
Generally speaking, a lifeless body, a heart that ends up being beating and does not reach the brain. What most intrigues, in this body process, is what happens to our brain instead. Indeed, a study would show that the brain functions would not cease immediately, as soon as the heart stops its beats, but after that happens. Therefore, its activity is not interrupted instantly.
Sam Parnia the doctor who conducted the study of brain activity after death
Sam Parnia is the doctor who conducted the study in question. The aforesaid would have explained that, in that particular moment, the reflexes of the brainstem, that of the pupil, are lost and so on. At the same time, also the thinking part of our body, therefore the cerebral cortex of the brain, slows down but does not stop immediately.
Specifically, this process engages “a chain reaction on the cellular processes”, however, this is not visible on any electrical monitor.
There have been several studies conducted on animals, which experience, precisely, an increase in brain activity in the minutes that follow the departure and, from here, it follows the fact that people are able to make an “otherworldly”
The doctor’s statement
The researcher of Critical Care Medicine and director of research at the State University of New York in Stony Brook, Sam Parnia explained the results of his research: “Contrary to the common perception, death is not a specific time but potentially a process We are talking about a cardiac arrest, but if these are not successful, let’s talk about death. There would be some patients who survived the cardiac arrest, about 39 percent, who were able to describe some perceptions.
The study we have corroborated the famous phrase “all life passes before you a moment before dying”. Therefore, making sense of what is expressed would be far-fetched, but to the same time. And, in this regard, there were also the statements of the people who lived the near-death experiences, which they told us. Hence the hypothesis that even after death, the person would be able to perceive the world around him for a while.
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