(ORDO NEWS) — An international team of scientists conducted a series of experiments on the experience of people on the verge of death.
As part of the experiment, scientists interviewed 567 people who had undergone cardiac arrest and subsequent cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR).
Participants of the study spoke about their conscious experiences at the moment of being on the border of life and death.
Some felt the separation of consciousness from the body, watched events from the side without pain, and also analyzed their life path, decisions and intentions.
According to the scientists, the subjects’ opinions differed from the hallucinations and dreams that occur during CPR.
Participants were also tested for latent brain activity. It turned out that after CPR there are bursts of activity, including gamma, delta, theta, alpha and beta waves.
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