Near death experiences could be surge in electrical activity, study finds

About 1 in 5 survivors of cardiac arrest admit to having had a near-death experience while clinically dead, calling the experience “realer than real.”

Near death experiences could be surge in electrical activity, study finds

Science Recorder | Jonathan Marker | Wednesday, August 14, 2013

According to an August 12 news release from the University of Michigan Health System, a recent animal study conducted by university researchers shows that after clinical death has been declared, there is a high level of electrical activity in the brain... To continue reading, subscribe to Science Recorder today.

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