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Sasha Eliasson has been pronounced clinically dead, twice. His first death happened while he was studying in Sweden and he lost control of a motorcycle while trying to brake for construction work. He was found unconscious and without a pulse, but paramedics resuscitated him on the scene. Then, only months later while in rehabilitation, Sasha accidentally overdosed on painkillers, which dropped his heart rate to ten beats per minute and caused his respiratory system to shut down. But again, he was resuscitated. VICE spoke to Sasha—who is now 26 and studying Business Administration—about what it's like to die, what he learned, and the direction his life has taken after death.
It's the age-old question, and some people can answer 'what happens after we die? The two certainties in life are supposedly death and taxes. Even then, for some the latter isn't always strictly true , which leaves just death. Death is the one of the last mysteries, remaining largely unknowable - regardless of huge scientific advancements. As for what it's like to die, there are popular theories about white lights and seeing your life cinematically flash before your eyes. The only insight we have are accounts from people who have been medically dead then resuscitated, some of whom have taken to Reddit to answer the impossible "what's it like to die? And the answers vary a lot.
Users on Reddit came together in their experiences with the brink of death and I felt a pressure on my chest, like when you have someone stand on your back to has probably the craziest thought process of a dying person I've ever heard.
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What happens after we die? Probably one of the most profound questions in life, humans have begged to understand what happens once our physical being ceases to exist.
In life, conventional wisdom assures us, only two things are certain: death and taxes. Alas, as The Independent has now reported , this resurrection story does not have the happy ending the mourners had hoped for. As previous generations knew all too well. Upon finding oneself buried alive, as an patent put it , one had merely to summon help by pulling the cord attached to an alarm bell on the surface. Those living in the modern, medically advanced 21st Century may scoff at such excesses of caution. In recounting this modern "miracle", CNN touched upon another quirk in the death business: across the world, procedures and personnel for declaring death can vary.