What I already know about why humans die all the time is because of plenty of reasons. This generation mostly involves death that causes suicide, murders, and other mental health issues. Other common deaths are a result of illness such as cancer, cardiac arrests, and other illness. There’s been recent tragedies with people, especially the people we love and admire like families, friends, partners, and celebrities. I worry that my generation are most likely to die at danger risks from society because of domestic violence, anxiety, depression, and many other untreated mental health issues.
I don’t want to experience death, however, I want to know the sensation of a person dying.How does it feel like letting go? I feel as our bodies are machines that functions everyday, but what is it like to power off forever? Do we lose our body temperature? Do our souls roam around straight to heaven? It’s really unknown.
Due to what i just recently researched about ‘Why people do people die?’ it helped me know much about this topic. In the Atlantic article, What it Feels Like to Die, this article explains much of what I was wondering. For example, the author talks about the intensity that most people dealt with, but it expresses how people die in different causes and ways. Some people experience death slowly, which causes stages for them like vomiting, hallucinations, nausea, and more. Death can cause you to feel very cold; your brain stops functioning and it closes off your immune system, so basically you’re like a walking zombie. Finally, the heart will stop beating, and then you’re in eternal sleep. Therefore, i realize that death can cause from anything accidentally, forcefully, naturally, and mysteriously. I learned a more ideas and details from the author, because they talks about everything about how it feels to do die.
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