Signs of imminent death
Death is fixed and it is in hand of God.
I am representing some Signs of Death
- Different sleep-wake patterns.
- Little appetite and thirst.
- Fewer and smaller bowel movements and less pee.
- More pain
- Uncomfort everywhere
- no anger
- no Hopes
- Thinking about the past more and more
- Changing vital signs
- Changing waste functions
- Dropping body temperature
- Weakening muscles
- Breathing troubles
- Increasing confusion
Final Signs of Death
- no pulse
- no breathing
- relaxed muscles
- fixed eyes
- no response
- a bowel or bladder release
- partially shut eyelids
Signs That Death Is Near
There are changes you can expect to see as an adult body stops working. These are a normal part of dying.
Children and teens have a similar process, but it can be harder to predict. They often stay fairly active and continue to ask a lot of tough-to-answer questions.
1 to 3 months before death, your loved one is likely to:
- Sleep or doze more
- Eat and drink less
- Withdraw from people and stop doing things they used to enjoy
- Talk less (but if they’re a child, more)
1 to 2 weeks before death, the person may feel tired and drained all the time, so much that they don’t leave their bed. They could have
- Different sleep-wake patterns
- Little appetite and thirst
- Fewer and smaller bowel movements and less pee
- More pain
- Changes in blood pressure, breathing, and heart rate
- Body temperature ups and downs that may leave their skin cool, warm, moist, or pale
- Congested breathing from the buildup in the back of their throat
- Confusion or seem to be in a daze.