Physical Stages Of Dying  

Physical Stages Of Dying

Dying is a complete shut down of the physical, sensory and mental functions of the body. It could take place instantaneously or it could be a slow form of illness which takes months and sometimes years. In slow dying, the physical stages are more pronounced.More...

 

Five Stages Of Dying

Five Stages Of Dying

As the process of dying enters the final stages, there are two forces at work – the physical and the emotional. The physical process involves the shutting down of each part of the body slowly but surely. The emotional aspect is where the spirit of the dying person pulls itself out of the immediate environment. The person tries to finish undone things – for example, personal business or unreconciled problems. Very often the patient lingers till a close family member arrives on the scene.More...

Signs Of Dying In The Elderly

Signs Of Dying In The Elderly

The actual process of dying is also known as ‘active dying’. Knowing some of these signs will help to make the person comfortable. Here are some signs of dying in the elderly that will help to prepare you for the eventuality.More...

Symptoms Of Dying Of Cancer

Symptoms Of Dying Of Cancer

Cancer is commonplace today and afflicts so many without warning. This often raises the question by loved ones as to the symptoms that precede the end. With prior knowledge it gives them confidence that they will be able to cope as the end approaches.More...

 

 

Dying Celebrities

Dying Celebrities

It is amazing how much morbid interest is generated when a celebrity dies. This would explain why the DeathList committee has drawn up its list of 50 celebrities chosen for their likelihood to die in 2009. Some of the dying celebrities are as follows:More...

 

 

    
 

Senior Care :

How-The-Body-Prepares-For-The-Onset-Of-Dying      When a person is near to death, the body goes into its own way of preparing for death. So, how does the body prepare for the onset of dying? Well, the body, in fact, starts shutting down one system after another. The person’s extremities get very cold, generally at the hands and feet. Since circulation of blood to the extremities is reduced, the skin looks pale. Blood is circulated only to the vital organs. More..

 


 

 

 
   
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