Category: Last Hours

Articles dealing with the last 36 hours or less of life of a terminally ill patient.

The Last Breath of Life

Daughter Kissing Her Dying Mothers Forehead
As a caregiver or family member, witnessing the final hour of a loved one's life can be a challenging and emotional experience. It's important to be prepared and understand what to expect during this time. While each person's journey is unique, there are some common physical changes that may occur in the last hour of life. Here's a guide to help you navigate this sensitive time:
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The last hours of life

Losing a loved one is very hard and sad. You may wonder how much time they have left and what you can do to help them. You may also want to say goodbye and tell them how much you love them. In this article, I will tell you some signs that your loved one is in the last hours of their life. These signs are not always the same for everyone, but they can help you prepare for what is coming.
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The dying process at the end of life

Body And Soul
Living is a continuum where we start life (scientifically) from conception as a pre-born human being and are actively living from that time then through the birthing process and as we grow from child to adolescent to adult. We are actively living without regard to the quality of life we are living at the time. As we arrive closer to death, we often go through a transitioning phase prior to actively dying. In this article I would like to go over the dying process at the end of life covering frequent questions such as “what is transitioning?” and “how do I know if my loved one is actively dying?” or “what are the phases of dying?” The phases of dying can be broken down into two phases: transitioning towards actively dying and actively dying.
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