They Died With 20 Min. Of Diference; Science Explains This Phenomenon Between Couples Who Love Each Other Intensely

They died 20 minutes apart. Science explains why love between 2 people can make them live and die together. Would you like this kind of love?

A case in Spain, and one, two days later in the United States, led scientists to reveal what happens in the body of couples who share most of their lives together, and why they not only live together, but they die together.

Renowned Spanish philosopher Gustavo Bueno, died just two days after his wife’s death, and two days later a couple from the United States died within 20 minutes of each other. Apparently this is NOT a coincidence, as there is a scientific reason for this to happen.

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These types of cases are more common than we think. The couple’s death in Platte attracted the world’s attention once the details of it came to light. “They put my mom and dad in the same room, which was very sweet. On Wednesday, when he entered the residence, he said ‘I don’t know how many days I have left, how many more days the good Lord will have me here.’

Only a few days after this episode, one of his sons came into the room and said to his father: “Mommy has gone to heaven, you don’t have to fight anymore, you can leave whenever you want.”

In those moments, he opened his eyes for the first time in a long time, looked at where his wife was. He closed his eyes and fell asleep, “just 10 minutes after that, he died,” describes one of his sons as published by El Mundo.

A similar phenomenon occurs in nature with a species of birds that are monogamous, known as Agapornis. This species chooses its mate only once in its life and they practically die together.

What makes human beings die around the same time as their loved one?

According to the psychologist Esteban Cañamares, this generally occurs in people of advanced age who no longer have expectations for the future. Apparently, the relationship they have at this point in their lives, and after so many years, is highly dependent. “In this way, when one of the two dies, the other does not find reasons to continue living, they disconnect,” explains Cañamares.

The reason is purely scientific and the specialist explains it by making an analogy with a shipwreck. The survival instinct that human beings have leads us to circumvent the physiological laws of our own organism and to survive situations that are incomprehensible.

In the event of a shipwreck, people fight with all their might to save their lives, enduring inexplicable temperatures and exhaustion, until rescue arrives. In most cases, people who are fighting for their lives stop fighting the second their brains perceive that they no longer need to struggle; “There, the body vanishes.”

According to the specialist, the reasons for death are both physiological and psychological, and when the brain does not perceive a reason to continue fighting (such as when rescue arrives or the love of its life has already left), it fades or disconnects. and let any physiological affliction take its course.

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True love, don’t let death do you part

As reported by nursing homes, when they have a couple who is very close, and one of the two dies, workers have the directive to be alert to the survivor, because, in general, and although the another does not know that his partner has already left this world, it is not long before the other also leaves.


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