This patient's brain remains active 10 minutes after death
For 10 minutes 38 seconds, the ICU room patient showed her brain was still active. According to doctors, brain waves are similar to those that occur in people sleeping.
The world of science keeps trying to prove that human life continues after death. One patient in Canada for example, 10 minutes after being declared dead turned his brain remains active.
For 10 minutes 38 seconds, the patient in the ICU room showed his brain still active. According to doctors, brain waves are similar to those that occur in people sleeping.
Not only that, when doctors turned off life support equipment in three deceased patients, but the results of a patient's heart record (EEG) showed different activity before and after death. This means, everyone may experience death differently.
In a report published in The Canadian Journal of Neurological Sciences, doctors say whether the case examples could prove life after death.
A study in 2016 also revealed that more than 1000 genes still function on corpses a day after the person is declared dead.
In another study, researchers found in the brains of mice sometimes experience a "wave of death" or a spike in brain activity about a minute after death.
Ever heard of emotional intelligence? This type of intelligence is one of the intelligences that are considered complement the intellectual intelligence (IQ) that existed first.
Emotional intelligence first appeared in 1964 in a paper by Michael Beldoch, and in 1966 in the B Leuner paper. Emotional intelligence (EI) or emotional quotient (EQ) is defined as the ability of a person to control emotions in oneself and others.
A person who has a good EQ can separate emotions and use them as a material of thought as well as self-behavior. EQ is considered to provide benefits in behaving, even in a career.
Usually if you want to know the level of EQ in yourself, one must carry out a series of tests with a psychologist. But in a forum discussion in Quora, there are some actions that reflect the EQ that can be seen in everyday life without you needing to pay psychological tests.
1. Listening and speaking
An account on behalf of Bran Bain writes that people with high EQ will be quick in listening and slow in talking. It shows awareness in conversation with others.
2. Be careful
Another account, Paul Denlinger, explains sometimes having emotional intelligence means he is careful in acting.
"The best example of emotional intelligence is to remain silent when circumstances are not possible, keep looking, observing, and listening to others," he wrote.
3. Managing emotions
Akanksha Ujjawal argues that self-control is an indicator of someone with a high EQ.
"They are very good at managing their emotions before losing themselves and exploding like volcanoes.They understand human emotions are very strong and can not be ignored and they handle it very quickly," he wrote.
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4. A sense of humor
A controlled sense of humor is an important aspect that a person possesses with a high EQ, according to Venkatesh Rao. He argues that the person who turns everything into a joke and people does not laugh because of it, has a very serious EI low.
"Sometimes this happens to comedians in their real life," he said.
While Hans Jacobsen considered that receiving feedback can be a signal of quality from one's emotional capacity.
"Explain to people that you are open to a response, and you also want a response, and those with high EI listen attentively," Jacobsen said.
People with high EQ downhill Jacobsen will try to make other people know they are listening.