Birth and death is an experience that every human being on this earth experiences. While the first one is the first moments of life that we cannot remember, the second one is the last few moments of life that we cannot think. Of course, we can imagine how the last minutes or seconds of life would be. Many people on the surgery bed or in Intensive Care Units or near -death experiences have explained some sort of ‘out- of- life’ experiences. Here, it is explained in detail as to what will happen in the last 30 seconds before you die. So, in other words, this is exactly what happens in the last 30 seconds of your life before you die.
Some Doctors say that the brain makes you see some things around while you are not conscious. As no one can actually explain what happens, a Neurologist has dissected the brain of a woman to reveal the mystery of what happens the last 30 seconds before you die. In a Video with VICE, Dr Cameron Shaw said, “Our sense of self, our sense of humour, our ability to think ahead — that stuff all goes within the first 10 to 20 seconds. Then, as the wave of blood-starved brain cells spread out, our memories and language centres short out, until we’re left with just a core.”
Dr. Cameron Shaw also said that the ‘tunnel experience’ is due to loss of blood supply to the brain and resembles what is experienced when a person faints. He said, “We know from experience tunnel vision emerges abruptly when you suddenly lose blood supply to the brain. The first thing you notice in fainting is the narrowing of vision, followed by blackness. You could argue that’s the way in which death would progress as well because the same mechanisms are in place and it’s an interruption of blood flow to the brain.”
VICE also said that the human body is like a machine while Dr. Cameron Shaw said that the brain dies from up to down. He said the brain ‘tends to die from the top down, claiming our most human characteristics first’. Moreover, he explained the ‘out of body’ or near death experiences is when “the brain can create a visual world around you that resembles something close to reality that isn’t reality, because you’re actually blind.”