Do we know what happens when we die?

Do we know what happens when we die?

No one knows for certain what occurs after we die, but new research from neuroscientists suggests that our intuitions may be correct. The scientists say it seems likely that our brains continue to function after we die. For example, a recent study of people who were brain-dead and on life support systems showed that they could be woken up.

There are several possible explanations for this phenomenon. One is known as "neuroplasticity," which means the brain is constantly changing its structure and function even after we die. Another possibility is called "dualism," which means that each person's mind or soul exists independently of the body. Finally, it's also possible that our minds continue to function after we die because we don't know how else it might be done.

In any case, these results have significant implications for us humans. They show that our consciousness continues even after serious injuries or death, which means there is hope for recovery for many people. Also, since no one knows for sure what happens after we die, our best option is probably to try to live each day as if it was our last.

Does a person know when they die?

8th, 2017 When you die, your brain may be aware of it. According to researchers, when your heart stops beating, your brain stops operating as well. How is that possible if your brain has shut down? However, many persons who have been resuscitated and effectively brought back to life claim post-death experiences. These include seeing a light at the end of a tunnel, feeling peace or being surrounded by loved ones.

The study was published in the journal Science Advances.

Scientists used an electroencephalogram (EEG) to monitor the brains of 12 healthy people while they were having their hearts stopped with a defibrillator and then restarted. The participants did not remember the experiment, but their EEGs showed signs of activity during cardiac arrest and restoration of circulation. "During cardiac arrest, the individuals appeared to be unconscious, showing no signs of awareness of what was happening around them," said study author Dr. Eben Alexander, director of neurocritical care at New York-Presbyterian/Columbia University Medical Center.

After five minutes without a heartbeat, all the participants had 100 percent oxygen pumped into their bodies to see how long it took for them to regain consciousness. Three of the men regained consciousness within two minutes; the other nine did not come out of cardiac arrest until three minutes had passed.

What happens to your loved ones when you die?

When a person dies, his or her psychic link with loved ones does not end instantaneously. It can last for a very long period. As a result, the living can still feel his or her vitality. In reality, the deceased never truly leave us. They are still among us, but in an other dimension or plane of life.

The process of moving a body is called "burial". There are many different ways that people choose to be buried these days, including cremation, burial at a cemetery, in an urn, or placed in a columbarium. In ancient times, everyone was buried close to home.

After someone dies, it usually takes time before all of his or her physical qualities disappear. First, the body begins to decay due to the effects of gravity and natural processes. Then, certain kinds of bacteria may decompose the corpse further if it has not been washed properly. Finally, insects will eat any remaining flesh if there is no one around to protect the body.

During this time, ghosts appear in places where they were happy or sad while they were alive. If a ghost appears in a place where there was hatred or violence, he or she may be drawn to our planet's energy to reflect this pain upon itself. Some ghosts cannot rest until they have found closure for their loved ones' deaths, so they may stay near us until they find out what happened to our bodies.

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Marina Gurule

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