Why Time Stops at Near Death

Why Time Stops at Near Death

  An extreme slowing down of time is often reported after accidents and frightening events. People report that the world, relative to the observer, was moving in slow motion. Most likely, these experiences stem from an increased physiological arousal level in a fight-and-flight situation, which for a short period of time, speeds up internal processes to a maximum [see my previous Psychology Today blog: The Matrix Effect].

https://www.psychologytoday.com/blog/sense-time/201712/why-time-stops-near-death

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