Death is something that everyone knows is going to happen, but no one wants it to happen too soon. This is why so many people try to avoid doing things that could kill them sooner rather than later.
There are, however, a few signs that someone close to you has died. This was supported by scientific evidence, not by the author's own knowledge or experience.
Taking in less food
Near the end of life, a person's level of activity goes down. There is a good chance that their body gives off more energy than it takes in. As their hunger went away, they stopped eating and drinking.
Studies and research show that people taking care of people who are dying shouldn't force them to eat. Instead, they should help them eat when they are ready. A person can go without food for as long as they want before they die. When this happens, having some lip balm on hand can help ease the pain.
2. Getting a good night's sleep
During the last two or three months of their life, a person may sleep more than they are awake. Their metabolism is slowing down, which makes it hard for them to stay awake.
If a person doesn't have enough metabolic energy, they will sleep more often. When taking care of a dying person who is asleep, you should do everything you can to make sure they are comfortable and let them relax as much as possible.
Less time is spent with other people.
As their health gets worse and their metabolism slows down, they need more time alone. It's possible that they no longer want to talk to other people.
If a dying person's family and friends start to withdraw from social situations and want more time alone, they shouldn't be made to feel bad about themselves.
the act of giving someone CPR
As a person ages, there are a number of changes that can happen to their vital signs. Some of these are a drop in blood pressure, changes in the way you breathe, and an irregular heartbeat.
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