After a long coma, at first, people do not understand how and where they are, they do not even remember the name corny, do not perceive reality. do you remember your earlier childhood? that's the same with them, but it's temporary and for everyone in different ways, some are completely restored, some generally go crazy.
I was in a coma for a day, there was no bright light, etc., but there were terrible people and one beautiful girl who called me after her and I was about to go, but my grandfather was standing next to me and holding my hands.
and when I woke up, I screamed and called for help and tried to get out, but they tied me to the bed so that I would not rip the pipe out of my throat. for 3 days I saw nothing, did not hear or move, a terrible time.
Nothing out of the ordinary, although it depends on how long the person has been in a coma. I was 5 days old and woke up as if from a long sleep. It’s like you got up at 6 in the morning for work all week and finally it’s Saturday and you wake up at 12. It’s like you woke up at 12 on your day off after a work week. I didn't know I was in a coma, and I didn't even know. Only my statement testified to this.
I had a chance to meet a girl who has a very unusual outlook (possibly "mentally ill"), she was in a coma for 2 months. After my question - "How is it?" She said, "You start to appreciate the time." I couldn't tell you anything else, alas.
I was in a coma after being hit by a car for 10 days and this is what I can say about it. You won't see the light at the end of the tunnel and the Almighty.)) Yes, it's like a normal dream (there is an opportunity to sleep well), and during these days I threw off about 10kg. All that I experienced after coming out of a coma is wondering where I am and thinking "what the hell is going on."
When I woke up from my throat there was a tube for ventilation of the lungs, a dropper was tied from the collarbone and my hands were tied to the bed (as I was later explained, people coming to their senses often try to disrupt all these devices. And yes, there was such a desire ) from which I thought that I was stolen and handed over to organs: D. And no, you won't get out of bed and walk down the hallway like they do in the movies. Even after such a short period of time, my muscles were very atrophied, I could not even sit down for the first days, let alone walk.
There was no awareness of how serious the whole situation was, because when I woke up the worst was over. I remember all this with a smile, if not strange, probably because there was a lot of support and they did not let me get bored.
There were constant blackouts for several months. I could ask the same question about 10 times, thinking that I am asking for the first time. Confused the names of friends and so on.
So something like that. No sign of god. And it's very annoying when people say that he helped me. Thanks to the doctors and my body. The first for qualified help, the body for having endured everything.
Do not get sick and look around)) The transition to green is not a guarantee of success.
I had a chance to be in a coma for 12 days, after clinical death, and when I woke up it was quite funny and strange. The first time I could not walk, when I got up and fell, it seemed to me so strange and funny. It was embarrassing to find in myself the tubes that served as a urine drain. Also, I don't know why, but there was a giant diaper under me. : D
This is perhaps the main thing that was unusual. And, well, the food also tasted unusual, somehow disgusting. Doctors forced me to drink a lot of compote for the first two days.
Since I could not walk, even after 12 days of sleep, I was constantly asleep.
And I can’t say anything about the days I spent in coma, I did not see any "light at the end of the tunnel", and I did not remember any dreams, even if there were.
I had a clinical death. When I got out of this state it was very strange and it is not clear where and how I got here. As it seemed to me, I just fell asleep at home, and woke up in the hospital. I was very frightened by the bustle of doctors and nurses around me. There were about 8 of them. Their questions surprised them. They asked me what my name was, how old I was, etc. As the doctor later explained to me, they checked how the brain works. As soon as I came to my senses, all the doctors fled and no one really answered my questions about what happened and how I got here. I was alone in the ward. I lay and thought how I got here. Then a mother with red eyes appeared. And she didn't say anything either. I was 7 years old then. At the age of 12, my mother told me what happened to me.
I had few pleasant feelings, even though I was in a coma for only a day. I thought that I was in a mental hospital, then it seemed that I was in a morgue at all - when I looked around and there were a lot of people lying nearby. It was incredibly difficult to concentrate on anything, I couldn't see well, heard even worse, did not understand what was outside the window, and I really wanted to call the nurse, but I could not really say anything. And I was very thirsty. Then for three days I was still very wonderful, and I remember how I was afraid to stay like that for the rest of my life, and made my brain work. But in the end everything returned to normal, relatively))
I dreamed of dreams, but they were not some kind of visions, but just dreams.
In general, I think the feelings after the release depend from the reason why the person fell into a coma. Well, and on its duration.
One of my good friends did not change at all when she came out of a coma: all the same ringing laughter, a wide smile, a positive outlook on things and jokes jokes jokes. She lay in a coma for 3 or 4 months, if my memory serves me. Only now I had to learn to speak, write and walk anew. At first, it was not possible to communicate normally: there was no logic in the words, she did not answer directly to questions, but this passed rather quickly. Her memory quickly returned, although at first she did not remember the most important events of the last year before the coma. But one had only to show her a few correspondences on her own VK page and her memory returned very quickly. And "there", by the way, was a planet with tigers, with which she did not want to leave.
I will not answer exactly about whom ...
It was like this, a serious injury, several fractures, including a craniocerebral. They brought me to the hospital in an extremely serious condition, unconscious of course.
I spent 3 days unconscious, then there was a state of confusion (he could answer some questions, like - give his name, mumbled, remembered nothing).
When I woke up, I was lying in the intensive care unit, there was reddish lighting, the atmosphere of a kind of mysticism, at first it seemed that it was a dream.
After that, a doctor came up to me, said that I had fallen from a height, that I had broken all over, that I was lying unconscious, that I might not have survived ... I didn't really attach much importance to this, I was under a bunch of drugs droppers, did not feel pain, and of course I was dull. The first thoughts were "what am I doing here", "what the hell is going on around", "I was going to come home not too late, I was very late." Then I tried to get up, it didn't work out very well, of course ...
Besides this, I don’t remember much, I was immediately taken to the operation of a broken leg (it was impossible to operate on the unconscious), and when I returned from it, already and discomfort came, and I woke up - knowing what happened, it was easier to think, and the brain gradually accelerated.
PS. Until the moment of injury, I don't remember an hour and a half or two, the brain cut out these memories. After 2 weeks in the hospital, I replayed this situation and began to remember new details, at some point it became cold and scary, it was too real. I drove this state away from myself, I never could return to it.
PPS. Injury - fall from height. I'm not a suicide, it's just that not all entertainment is good.
I honestly don't remember the source. So I can't judge the reliability of the story! But there was a rather long article. The narrator was a 29-year-old girl, after the accident she was in a coma for 8 years. But at the time of coming out of the coma, she was 37 turns out. But in her mind she was the same young 29-year-old girl. Well, the accident was quite serious. And so much time to lie still. When she woke up it was very difficult for her to see the light. Strange "dregs" in my head like after a hangover. But it doesn't look like that. I was just as thirsty. Film The limbs did not obey. As if they were lying down but there were no unpleasant sensations in them. It was also difficult for her to speak at first (about a day). But she completely regained consciousness after about a week and could walk. So after such injuries and a very long coma, it's like a strong hangover with the effect of lying limbs.
After coming out of the coma, the main question that sat in me was: what am I doing here, and the sensations inside me were equivalent to sleeping for 20 hours.
My friend was in a coma twice. Yes, it sounds strange, but it is. She said that while you're in a coma, you don't feel anything, it's like a normal dream. When you come out of a coma, you feel exactly the same as in the morning when you wake up from a normal sleep.
This is about a short coma.
I can't say anything about a long one.