What Happens To Your Body After Death?


What Happens To Your Body After Death?

What happens!!! when we die?  There are a lot of uncertainties in our life but everyone knows that death is only certain. It affects all of us. If you know more about death it may be easier to think about it. So let's know what perhaps happens after death. Out the situation, six feet under what happens when we die?


At the start first, things get cold and harsh but we all know complaining about a crime sounds good. The skin turns purplish gray the signs of the early stages of decomposition were quite advanced now, to be honest far from the dead a rotting corpse is crawling with life.


 in fact, scientists consider a decomposing corpse to be a large and complex ecosystem, decomposition begins several minutes after death with a process called autolysis or, more commonly, auto digestion soon after.


The heart stops beating the cells are deprived of oxygen and the acidity increases due to chemical reactions within the enzymes the little things that break us down are pulled out of the cells. If it usually starts in the liver, which is rich in enzymes, and finally in the brain, as all the other tissues and organs begin to break down, damaged blood cells spread and discoloration of the skin, it is clear that the temperature body drops precipitously.



 Until it becomes identical to its environment again. Then rigor mortis, the rigidity of the eyes of death, the muscles of the jaw, and the neck stiffen first, but soon the trunk and the limbs are also victims, but why after death the cells are deprived of their source of energy?



The protein particles that move the muscles are blocked at this point most bacteria live in the corpse of our bodies. There is a large number of bacteria in each of the organs of the body.


A bacterial community can be found living on surfaces and in crevices, but the majority of these microscopic organisms are found in our guts. If we know little about the environment of a living body, we know even less about a corpse anyway, most of the internal organs are free of germs When we are alive because our immune system protects all tissues after death the immune system kicks in.


 So bacteria roam freely in the organs. There's a research center at Huntsville that placed two fresh corpses in the sun to observe natural decomposition. At this stage, the blue-gray loose skin of one body is intact, but its intestinal muscles have broken and ribs are visible a few feet away, another completely skeletal ethos with its hardened skin is found and black.


Once self-digestion is underway and bacteria have begun to escape from the intestine a p process called putrefaction begins.  This is also called molecular death and is basically the breakdown of soft tissue into gaseous liquids and salts, This already occurs in the early stages but increases when anaerobic bacteria come into play and anaerobic bacteria are those who lack oxygen.


They feed on body tissues by fermenting the sugars they contain to produce gases like methane and ammonia. This causes bloating and a rancid corpse odor.


How do we know what the smell is? Green, and black, but the swelling is often used as a marker of transition between early and later stages of decay, once putrefaction sets in a decaying body are exposed to its environment.


At this stage these colonies of microbes are really two species closely related to decomposition begin to thrive carcasses of blow flies and blow flies give off a foul odor the flies pick up the smell then land on the carcass and deposit the rings each fly lays about 250 eggs in the first 24 hours they hatch into small worms which they feed on and grow into large ones which fly away the presence of flies is what really cooks the body of the goose attracting predators such as beetles from the wasp skin and spiders which then feed on fly eggs, if that's not bad enough vultures can also descend on the body’s.



 So each corpse has a unique environment around them and this can change depending on the state of the body. Studying this very particular science could allow us to know more about how and when the corpse really died. Victim of a specific geographical location, this would probably cause minor cell killers now, in a bizarre plot, you will understand that humans are not only destroying this planet but can also benefit it through a process called purging, which is basically liquid leaking from the decaying body on the floor.



If you sent drones out to detect which fields would be best for planting seeds, they would mark every time a corpse remains a rotting body that dramatically changes the chemistry of the soil below.


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Causing effects that can persists for years the purge releases nutrients into the underlying soil and the migration of a magnet transfers much of a body's energy to the surrounding environment according to a very popular estimate an average body consists of more than 75 water per kilogram of body mass drought eventually releases nitrogen, phosphorus, potassium, and magnesium into the soil.



 If we had a more detailed understanding of these releases it would help medical investigators legal to estimate how long a body has been placed in a very old grave for our friends who watch corpses rot to earn a dry and unrelenting life.



The skin quickly loses all of its water content so that it remains attached to the bones and does not fall off when decomposition is in progress. The speed of the chemical reactions involved is doubled. For every 10 degrees’ Celsius rise in temperature, the corpse will reach the advanced stage very quickly, perhaps after only 16 days, by which time most of the flushing has been removed and the mass migration of the worm has begun.


How to forget the Egyptians? Whenever we talk about mummies, the ancient Egyptians learned how the environment affects decomposition before building tombs called pyramids, they would be fascinated.


They used to simply wrap their dead in sheets and bury them in the sand. The heat stopped the microbial activity and the leaf prevented the worms from eating.


What Happens To Your Body After Death?

This kept the body preserved. They wanted to go further and built elaborate tombs which had the opposite effect when the bodies were taken out of the heat the microbes started to work so embalming was created. Embalming involves treating the body with chemicals that slow down the process of decomposition.



This is the process if you want to have the body of the deceased washed with palm wine and Nile water remove most of the internal organs through the incision made on the left side and fill the void with natron, a salt found in the Nile Valley, use a long hook to remove the brain through the nostrils, then cover the body with natron and leave it alone for 40 days in Egypt, initially the dried organs were placed in jars which were buried next to the body, back to the body after being covered with linen.


Finally, the body itself was wrapped in several layers of linen in preparation for burial. Funeral directors have studied this process by now, but their process is a little different, but why do people do this?


They do something similar so their loved ones can see the body as the person. As was especially the case with victims of trauma and violent death, this may involve extreme facial reconstruction this is a scenario of an undertaker at work the undertaker transfers John to the prep table removes his clothes and puts it on then takes several small vials of embalming fluid from a wall cupboard the fluid contains a mixture of solvents which is said to temporarily preserve body tissues how does embalming fluid actually bind proteins together?



 It fixes them in place and also kills the bacteria to prevent them from entering the bloodstream so the bacteria can't break down the proteins the mortar would actually pour the embalming fluid into the embalming machine the fluid comes up in a variety of different colors to match different skin tones so that the body is spongy and an incision is made just above the left collarbone the undertaker lifts the very fine artery and vein in the neck and ties them with wires.



 A thin tube is inserted into the artery and the vein is opened by a pair of surgical forceps, of course, this is a delicate process so all the tools are surgical. The embalming machine is then turned on, which pumps fluid through the body as fluid enters, and blood exits the cut initially made.



 Runs down the table into a large sink, this is also done on purpose, as the blood is to be replaced with embalming fluid, while the body is massaged to move along any blood.  who can stop the flow of embalming fluid once all the blood has been replaced, the undertaker pushes a vacuum into John's abdomen and sucks the fluid out of the body cavity along with the urine and any feces that may still be there finally the incisions are sewn up and the body is cleaned.



Finally, we can think and estimate after-death time. We discuss according to science and research. But The opinion of science is changeable. Which is true for today but will be false for the next day. So the Final quote is, our creator/ god knows well what will be.....


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