Scientists reveal the meaning of "light at the end of the tunnel"




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The phrase & # 39;I saw the light at the end of the tunnel It is familiar to all of us, however, we may ask ourselves: does anything really exist after death? What is the meaning of the light you say you see?

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Scientists reveal the meaning of "light at the end of the tunnel"

A group of scientists from the UK has published an article in which they point out that this light it's a psychological event deeply with mystical elements and its origin is in the tension of the moment which may be due to physical or emotional pain, even caused by heart attacks or lesions in the cerebral cortex.


Endless people claimed that at some point they experienced the famous "light at the end of the tunnel" and they comment that they are accompanied by feelings of satisfaction, detachment from the body, rapid movements through a long and dark tunnel to access a bright light, argue the scientists.

Neil Dagnall and Ken Drinkwater, tell The Conversation magazine that the experience may change according to the religious beliefs of the person, culture or age.

Experts believe that getting to the source of this feeling can be complicated because of the different personal beliefs of those who experience them.


Since many years, science gave many explanations to this event before death, being "the dying brain hypothesis," which says near-death experiences generate hallucinations for activity in the brain where the cells begin to die, one of the most talked about.

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