If you don’t know how to die, don’t worry; Nature will tell you what to do on the spot, fully and adequately. She will do this job perfectly for you; don’t bother your head about it
While the dying experience is unique for each person, according to health care professionals there are some commonly seen signs death is near.
During the last stages of dying, you will observe signs of death approaching that are likely unfamiliar to you and upsetting.
While no one is ever fully prepared for the imminent death of a loved one, even when it is expected, learning about the dying process— including the physical and emotional signs of death—may help you better cope during this difficult time.
This post will give you a helpful summary of the 10 signs of death:
- Loss of thirst and appetite
- Dry mouth and eyes
- Weakness, disorientation and sleepiness
- Restlessness and agitation
- Breathing changes
- Emotional distress
- Skin changes
- Not breathing for long periods of time
We will also give you top caregiving tips. Learn things you can do to help ease all the signs of death your loved one may experience.
You should also read our practical guide on how to take care of yourself during this difficult time, complete with a helpful infographic that you can easily save to your Pinterest page or share across social media.
We also discuss what you can expect when death finally occurs. Again, knowing what to expect may be helpful.
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