Recovery and Rage

It is of a fact that comatose patients, both natural or induced, do not respond to touch, sound or pain, and of even more emphasis, cannot be awakened. Their brains often show no signs of the normal sleep-wakefulness cycle, which means they are unlikely to be dreaming. Yet many people who have recovered from comas report dreams into which something of the outside world penetrated, this negating the general belief of them unable to react to anything.

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