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Near Death Experience
Beliefs: Hi. Religious beliefs are a product of some humans' minds, and have no bearing on reality. If you didn't meet sky-daddy in your near death experience, maybe you're just not preoccupied by superstitious thinking! Reality may be painful, but at least it's real. SCIENCE is how we study reality! ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Odd question, maybe, but have you encountered any evidence of actual near death experiences? Is this a real phenomenon? Is it explainable?
Near Death Experienc: Many have documented there experiences. There many theories about why it happens. Non of them, of course, are scientific.. I think it depends on a persons personal belief and spiritual upbringing as to what they consider it actually is. There is no doubt it does occur..but WHY? Stay tuned..who knows one of these days you might find out. ...Read more
I don't mean to be..: Silly, but i can't resist saying "coming near death". Beyond that, i there are very serious researchers doing good work on this for decades +.You can find their results in long journal articles & in books or magazines written for everyday folk. It is not hard to believe that some bodies experience a lot at that time and, surviving it, people may retain powerful impressions. Talk w/ your therapist. ...Read more
Talk about it: You need to relate this expirience to someone you feel comfortable with. If you have a close friend to talk to this would help. Also if you have a good relationship with your doctor speak with them about it. Nurses are good listeners, and if you know any that were there at the time of your event, this would also be helpful. ...Read more
I'd say REAL...: Why would the people who have had such an experience make it up? Too many people have had similar experiences for it all to be just imagined. ...Read more
No there is no evide: No there is no evidence of it. ...Read more
What to do if i got a near death experience and my heart has been increasing rapidly for the past two hours. How can I cure it naturally?
Experience: It isn't unusual to have a catecholamine response to such an experience. The length of time that lasts will differ between people. I suspect it took care of itself as you settled down. ...Read more
Brain @ end of life: We believe that during the last stages of life, this natural stage of life that we will all go through, called "dying", that the brain is still active. Our loved ones may appear to be sleeping, or they may appear to be inactive and interacting with things that we can see. Many dying people go through "terminal delirium" and appear to be having conversations with long-dead loved ones. ...Read more
Without having an instantaneous blood draw, how can one know for sure if their near-death experiences are from adrenal emergencies? (Dangerously low cortisol and aldosterone)?
PTSD: In the context of an acute trauma, like a car accident, you developed an acute stress disorder, which can produce depression and suicidal ideas. If after six months of the event, the condition is called post traumatic stress disorder, and could be of different severity, and evidenced by nightmares, flashbacks, emotional numbness, anxiety. If you have suicidal ideas, make a consultation immediately ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
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