Neuroscientists recorded the brain activity of an 87-year-old, as he died from a heart attack.
According to a report by the Daily Mail, this is the first time ever that scientists have recorded the activity of a dying human brain, according to the team + Brain waves at the time of death were similar to those occurring during memory retrieval + This supports the ‘life recall’ theory – that our whole life flashes before our eyes as we die
Brain waves at the time of death were similar to those occurring during memory retrieval, which is said to support the the ‘life recall’ theory – that our whole life flashes before our eyes as we die, according to scientists.
The findings also showed that the brain may remain active and coordinated during and after the transition to death
‘Something we may learn from this research is: although our loved ones have their eyes closed and are ready to leave us to rest, their brains may be replaying some of the nicest moments they experienced in their lives’ he added.
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