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What will happen When we die?

Similar to childbirth, death is a physical process with distinct stages and an identifiable trajectory. The speed of the procedure varies from person to person, just like birth. To make dying (or giving birth) as secure and peaceful as possible, medical assistance is occasionally required.

Most people get less interested in eating and drinking as they get closer to death. This is normal; when meals become overwhelming, spoonfuls of “tastes for pleasure” may still be appreciated.

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Those who are dying frequently lack vitality. Many of us have encountered extreme fatigue brought on by sickness, such as the “can’t get out of bed” state brought on by a bad case of the flu or debilitating fatigue following surgery. Although sleep often restores our energy and can aid in healing, at the end of life,

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