Freyja Wired Posted about 3 years ago What 3 things did you learn while you were in a near-death experience? I had a medication induced heart attack while under medical care. I was given an over dose of medication and knew while I was loosing consciousness that I was dying. My heart beats at first were deep and felt like my heart was pounding through my bed to the floor until they grew further apart and my breathing slowed and became minimal and then i blacked out. I had a dream I had died or was dying, and then I decided no,... maybe someone else I know was, the person who came to mind was in a hospital as well having pregnancy complications. I woke up the next afternoon barely able to stand or walk without leaning on walls I could not hold myself up. after a visit to the bathroom and my eyes adjusting to the brilliant lights I could see my hair was different, weeks of grey roots had vanished like i had just dyed my hair, My nails had all grown completely evenly over night like I had been give a midnight manicure and pedicure, (i have never previously had naturally even nail growth), my skin seemed different on my face and on closer inspection, two scars I had, one since I was younger than 3 and the other since I was 11 had nearly vanished and were barely distinguishable there had ever been any marks. Next, leaving the restroom, I called the person from in the dream at the hospital they were staying. I said "I had a horrible dream last night and something terrible happened and had to call you to see how you are! Are you okay?" Their response confounded me, They said about themselves "I nearly died, they would have been able to save the baby most likely, but they tried giving me medication I couldn't take and my husband kept insisting as my legal guardian that they give it to me, and after they did I think I had a heart attack!". After telling her what had happened to me, and getting off the phone, I began to cry, I cried for two days straight. I was told too continue taking the medication as directed. I pretended to and did not, I am still in recovery, and grateful.