The Brain Activity of a Dying Person Was Recorded

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This is fascinating news; we now have a glimpse into what happens to us and our brain activity during the moment of death. 

The brain activity of a dying person was recorded for the first time:

A patient’s unexpected death during a study has given us the first recording of a dying human brain. Scientists managed to capture the unique event while monitoring the brain waves of an 87-year-old-epilepsy patient. During the study, the patient experienced a heart attack and died while still being monitored. It’s a unique situation and one that has given us a new glimpse into how the brain reacts at the time of death.

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