What happens in the mind of the person at the time of death? In Urdu

By | March 14, 2018

Many people who have had near-death experiences report having an out of body experience. But as it turns out, it’s just the brain tricking you in your final moments.Your brain does not shut down as quickly as the rest of your body when you die; it’s still working. New studies have found that your brain can enter a “hyper state of perceptual neural activity” at the time of death. Essentially your brain is still projecting imagery.Aussie-based Neurologist Dr Cameron Shaw dissected the brain of a woman to try and understand her last moments. He explained that the last 30 seconds of a person’s life can be divided into 10-second intervals. Firstly the brain dies from the top, claiming all our human characteristics.“OUR SENSE OF SELF, OUR SENSE OF HUMOUR, OUR ABILITY TO THINK AHEAD — THAT STUFF ALL GOES WITHIN THE FIRST 10 TO 20 SECONDS. THEN, AS THE WAVE OF BLOOD-STARVED BRAIN CELLS SPREAD OUT, OUR MEMORIES AND LANGUAGE CENTRES SHORT OUT, UNTIL WE’RE LEFT WITH JUST A CORE.” SAYS SHAWAccording to Shaw, the out of body experience some people report after having a near death experience isn’t real.“I had a neuroscience instructor who had an out-of-body, near-death experience they were trying to revive him and he witnessed that as a disconnected person. He was brought back and described that circumstance to others, this is what I saw, but basically everything he said, none of that actually happened. The brain can create a visual world around you that resembles something close to reality that isn’t reality because you’re actually blind.”

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