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Coma

Coma comes from a Greek word meaning deep sleep – a person in a coma is in a profound state of unconsciousness from which they cannot be awakened. This happens usually as a result of injury, disease, or poison.

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Help Coma Info Wanted.

Hi,
I am currently trying collect information from personal experiences of what its like to be in a coma and how it affects the mind. Any information is of use to me and I find it an incredibly fascinating area.
Example questions:
What can you think?
What do you see (if anything)?
What can you feel?
What are the feelings of waking up?

Any help is appreciated.

Thank you
chris

Posted on : Saturday, October 2, 2010 10:10 AM
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Hi Chris, my name is Cheryl and i am a coma survivor. I am also currently writing a book about my recovery. I'd love to answer any questions.
My recovery took quite a long time, and I have much to share.

Replied on Thursday, January 26, 2012 10:30 AM
 


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