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'Near-death experience' explained by carbon dioxide: study

Near death experiences NDEs , reported to include sensations such as life flashing before the eyes, feelings of peace and joy, and apparent encounters with mystical entities, may be caused by raised levels of carbon dioxide in the blood. Researchers writing in BioMed Central's open access journal Critical Care investigated the unexplained events in 52 cardiac arrest patients. She said, "Several theories explaining the mechanisms of NDEs exist. We found that in those patients who experienced the phenomenon, blood carbon dioxide levels were significantly higher than in those who did not. Of the 52 patients, 11 reported NDEs.
People who have "near-death experiences," such as flashing lights, feelings of peace and joy and divine encounters before they pull back from the brink may simply have raised levels of carbon dioxide CO2 in the blood, a study suggests. Near-death experiences NDEs are reported by between 11 and 23 percent of survivors of heart attacks, according to previous research. But what causes NDEs is strongly debated.