OTTAWA – A human brain remains alive for 10 minutes after the physical death of a person, a new study has revealed.
According to detail, some Canadian doctors have conducted a research on the human brain and its connection with the death, saying a human brain does not die instantly after the physical death of a man.
The doctors argue that a human brain is remained alive for nearly 10 minutes after death.
During this time period, the brain exists in a similar condition to that of a person who is in a deep slumber.
The researchers said that this new research will be helpful in the medical field as it will pave a way for further research.
Earlier this study, the researchers had said that the physical death of the body also makes the brain dead when the heart beat stops.
Two studies that came out last year reveal that some of human genes continue to work for a day even after the death of the human body.