There is no man who has not wondered at least once what it feels like and what is really happening to us and our mind in the moment of death. Now thanks to chemists experts we know exactly what we can feel- and why some people can see the big light when they experience clinical death.
If you love horror movies, then you know the feeling of fear that you have while watching how the killer, carrying an ax in his hand, chasing his victim. Well, according to scientists from the American Society of Chemists, and if you find yourself in such a situation, your brain would react much the same.
This society has made a video in which he explained in detail exactly how we felt when we, for example, chase a crazy killer with an axe.
Everything begins with an apprehension, which has a reason to set you up to respond when you are in threat. This influences the part of the cerebrum called the thalamus, which is extremely delicate to push. With further concoction response in the mind we go to a condition of “battle or flight” for what we might want to thank the hypothalamus.
With a specific end goal to set up your body good to go, the hypothalamus animates the adrenal organ to discharge adrenalin, and adrenalin then goes to the liver and fortifies the emission of sugar in the blood. Through and through, this gives your body quality you never at any point imagined to have.
Be that as it may, on the off chance that those forces are insufficient to escape from the executioner with a hatchet, your next response would be shouting. Much the same as with sickening apprehension motion pictures, shouting is unavoidable when we are in such a hazardous circumstance. It is fascinating that individuals don’t see the shouts with the same part of the cerebrum and discourse. When you hear somebody shouting, goes from your ears straightforwardly to the part of the mind called amigdula.
“Like, the person who shouts somehow needs to share a frightful circumstance in their mind, yet with you” as indicated by a video.
Be that as it may, even the shouting did not help; the executioner got you, the following thing you feel is agony. Also, If your read the book 1000 Questions and 1000 Answers, then you realize that agony is not the same as the touch, and has a totally diverse reason. The torment makes an impression on your mind that what had happened ought not happen once more. Significance: something awful had happened.
Furthermore, truly happened. The hatchet winds up in your neck. What is next?
At first seem clinical passing the heart quits working and you quit relaxing. At this time the mind is as yet working-and after that the genuine enchantment happens. Actually, late studies have demonstrated that the mind decrease in hyper state of perceptual neuro-action. Meaning-it works like there’s no tomorrow. That is the reason researchers say that a few individuals who have survived clinical demise depicted that they had saw the light, or some different things.
Be that as it may, if the in the range there is no crisis hold you back to life, the mind quits working and think of organic demise. So on the off chance that you see the light, and nobody helps you this is an unmistakable sign that it is time that the lights go out until the end of time.