Scientists tell how people feel “before death”, writes TASS. The participants in the study interviewed by specialists say they have felt the up perception of time outstanding speed of thinking, vivid feelings and a sense of separation from his body. Scientists conducted a study are established that every tenth person can survive the so-called experiences of death, irrespective of the extent of the danger of the situation in which it is situated.
The results of this study by a group of specialists from Denmark, Germany, and Norway were presented at the 5 the Congress of the European Academy of Neurology in Oslo, Norway.
Scientists held an online survey of more than 1 000 people from 35 countries, as asked them to respond to a series of questions about whether they are surviving mystical experiences related to death and what were they.
Nearly 300 of respondents are reported that have experience with similar experiences with which have been equally distributed as well as for the people who are not in mortal danger and for those which have been in really hazardous situations. For such shall be deemed, for example, infarct condition or car crash.
“Experience that most frequently communicate the participants in the survey, is up to the perception of time (87%), outstanding speed of thinking (65%), extremely live feelings (63%), a sense of separation from the body or exit from it (53%)”.
Data is given in a press release of the European Academy of Neurology. Scientists have discovered the connection between the occurrence of the death of the excitement and the phase of the rapid movement of the eyes – the period of sleep, which is characterized by increased activity of the brain. One of the signs of this phase is namely the rapid movement of orbits.