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Reveals the Mystery of the Near Emery Experience

Suspended animation is a phenomenon when a person returns to life after being declared dead, within a certain time frame. The moment of near death is often associated with a unique and different spiritual experience in each person who experiences it. In one case, a patient was declared dead because his breathing stopped and his heart no longer beats. The doctor has taken various steps for resuscitation, but still there are no signs of life and the patient was declared dead. Strangely, a few minutes to a few hours later, the patient reappeared with signs of life.

The phenomenon of near death from the medical side

In the near death phenomenon, the doctor may have found signs of death in a patient. A patient is declared dead if:
  • The pulse does not beat and the heart stops beating.
  • Stop breathing and body temperature decreases.
  • The facial muscles look weak and pale.
  • Pupils dilate and are not reactive to light.
  • There is no response to pain.
However, due to several factors, the patient can return to breathing and his heart beats again after stopping for a while, so it is called experiencing suspended animation. Medically, this condition can be influenced by several factors, such as:
  • Hypothermia

  • Hypothermia can cause the heart rate and pulse to become very weak due to the influence of cold temperatures. Under certain conditions, the heart rate and pulse will be at a point that is too weak, so that it is not detected and someone can be considered dead even though it hasn't.
  • Post cardiac resuscitation

  • According to a number of studies, torpor can occur because of a body's response that is too late after someone who is critically ill is given cardiac resuscitation to save his life. Thus, medical personnel assess the action to no avail. After being declared dead, in a short time later the body's response appears, as if rising from the dead.
  • Hyperkalemia

  • Hyperkalemia can inhibit the return of heart and lung activity which had stopped or return of spontaneous circulation (ROSC). People with hyperkalemia have high levels of potassium in the blood. As a result, the function of nerve cells and muscles in several parts of the body, including the heart, will be disrupted.
  • Certain medications

  • In performing cardiac resuscitation, the doctor may use certain medications. But if the drug reacts too late, ROSC or the return of activity and circulation of the heart and lungs will be hampered. As a result, someone who experiences this condition is considered dead.

The phenomenon of near death and near death experience

Suspended animation is also often equated with near death experience (NDE). Near death experiences are associated with the presence of carbon dioxide gas in a person's body. Research that links this suggests, the presence of CO2 gas is likely to have an effect on the body's chemical balance. When the chemical balance in a person's brain is disrupted, it can affect the brain, so he is like seeing light, tunnels, or death. The near death experience associated with CO2 is also felt by patients who have survived a heart attack. The near-death incident experienced by people who survived a heart attack is believed to be related to the cessation of brain function after 20-30 seconds the heart stops beating. Although there are many theories related to near-death, until now there has been no research that can describe this phenomenon in detail. In essence, suspended animation is not a mystical phenomenon to be feared. Basically a person who is suspended is not alive, but he is not dead.