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  1. Our brain, due to certain factors, does not always distinguish falling asleep from actual death. Since the activity of a number of systems decreases when falling asleep, the nervous system sends an electrical impulse to the heart at the order of the brain, which does not record the difference. This allows you to restore system activity. We usually feel this as a kind of sharp and involuntary spasm. This sensation is often preceded by a sense of falling down – as real as if it were actually happening. In this way, the brain protects the body from death through the methods available to it. To some extent, this is his concern for both us and his beloved.:)

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