Although not accurate but I wanted to post this:
याक्षक्रक्रमभूमिकावसतयो नाडीषु या: संस्थिता
या: कायोह्गतरोमकूपनिलया या: संस्थिता धातुषु ।
उच्छासोर्मिमरुत्तरड्ननिलया निश्वासवासाश्च या-
स्ता देव्यो रिपुपक्षभक्षणरता नन्दन्तु कौलार्चिता: ॥४ २॥
- kulavarna tantra 8th Ulhassa 42nd verse
The sholka specifically describes 'yogis' but it also describes about the movement of 'prana vayu' and the intraction with 'Nadis'. There are three important 'Nadis'- the 'eda', 'pingala' and 'sushumna' these three are responsible for the movement of 'prana'. The 'eda' is to the left as well as the 'pingala' to the right.
Yogis can sense energy at points existing at specific places called 'chakras'. This energy is also associated with 'shiva' and 'shakti'.
Not only the chakras but the energy can also be experienced when the 'prana' moves through these 'Nadis' . This whole energy eats up the 'mrutyu' (death) as if it is its Enemy every time; otherwise the person would have simply died after exhaling.
The whole point of stating this was to display the fact that it's not easy to die, Without breaking down at least a single vital system inside the body. when the body gets destroyed these systems rupture and the person dies. If we consider that the body does not get destroyed and simply the soul leave body, the cause of death would be attributed to the lack of breath. But the lack of breath at least scientifically kills the brain cells and person is identified as 'brain dead'. So, it's not possible for the soul to leave a body without any damage to body.
To know more: https://hi.m.wikibooks.org/wiki/%E0%A4%B6%E0%A4%BF%E0%A4%B5_%E0%A4%B8%E0%A5%8D%E0%A4%B5%E0%A4%B0%E0%A5%8B%E0%A4%A6%E0%A4%AF