People who are about to die often dream of dead relatives many weeks before the time of death.
According to IB Times, Canisius University scientists in New York, USA, have studied the phenomenon of near-death vision and illusions (ELDVs) often described in historical and cultural documents, but few. mentioned in scientific literature. Accordingly, those who are about to die often dream that friends and relatives have died at the end of their life, as a way to ease the process of death.
The most common ELDVs are seeing family, friends or religious figures. These dreams and illusions appear monthly, weekly, daily and hourly before they die.
People who are about to die often dream that relatives have died.(Artwork: Thirdmonk).
This study was published in Palliative Medicine magazine last year. Researchers are seeking to detect the frequency of ELDVs by looking at their subjective and subjective meaning, and considering those factors in relation to near-death experiences.
Unlike other studies of ELDVs, focusing only on feedback from relatives and health care providers, the Canisius University team interviewed 66 patients who were cared for in the last days of their lives in the camp. poor. Every day, they were asked about the content, frequency and comfort of the dreamed ELDVs.
The majority said that they met with illusions or dreams at least once a day . Half happen while sleeping, and all claim that those ELDVs feel real. Most are related to living or dead friends and relatives. However, the number is more related to the deceased.
"The impact of near-death experience from the death of an individual or a deceased person has a profound meaning. These dreams can take place for months, weeks, days, or hours before death, and have the effect of reducing the fear of death, making the process to death easier, " the report wrote.