... When the brain shuts down, you die. When the heart shuts down, you go into cardiac arrest and you will soon die. When the body shuts down, it has reached full capacity and must be replinished with nutrients, water and rest. ... (5 replies)
... When your body shuts down, you ultimately die! ... (5 replies)
... What do you mean "What Happens When the Body Shuts down". ... (5 replies)
... What Happens When the Body Shuts down (5 replies)
... what happens when the body shuts down (8 replies)
... As the body shuts down the person becomes less active and goes from walking to wheelchair to bed confinement. The person will eat and drink less and sleep more. ... (1 replies)
... om us. Like she knew all of her kids were there and she could let go. Severl things happend that the Hospice nurses told us was part of the process of her little body shutting down but I honestly can't remember or I would tell you. ... (8 replies)
... Several things can happen that make the body shut down. The kidneys can start to fail or the heart slows where the circulation starts to fail. ... (8 replies)
... I personally cannot answer your question. I do know they eat very little down to none and end up in a coma like state. This state can last a short time or a long time. ... (5 replies)
... If a terminal patient says I don't want to eat, then they should not eat. The body needs another type of energy. A spiritual energy perhaps. ... (8 replies)
... thats the thing i dont think he only has four years they just said oh your body is shutting down its a rare deaseise nothing we can do we give you about four im sorry im being confusing right now but time is not a option and his doctors are nto much help you guys are pretty much his only sorce of good information (8 replies)
... thats not it his body is getting weaker his white blood cell count dimisishing and apparently his body is shutting down and slowly shutting down into a coma (8 replies)
... my frineds body is slowly failing the doctors give him four years what is causing it? ... (8 replies)
Great answer! (5 replies)
... My Mama died of colon cancer at home. Hospice was involved, we knew the end was near. She died on Sunday night.
The previous Monday, she had quit eating, couldn't get her to eat anything. She was a life long smoker and also stopped smoking that day.
She told my sister to call me and my brother (We were in different states), she wanted to see us before she died. My sister... (8 replies)
... When they are suffering it is a mixed blessing for them to go on home where they will get back their good health. I still miss my father so much. his passing changed the dynamics of our family and caused my mom to drift into dementia quicker than she would have.
I know that if he were alive and well she would have a reason for getting up each day and someone besides herself... (8 replies)
... My mother died on the first of November last year, five weeks after my father died. We were lucky enough to sit with here until she drew her last breath. Actually she was waiting until we said please and thank you to her...it's a long story, but she was waiting for my hubby and I to remember our manners and thank her for all she and daddy had done for us and for how she had... (8 replies)
... That goes without saying.
I posted this question hours after my Dad died. .......wondering if I was in denial or if our mind puts up some sort of protective shield to protect you from is actually happening.
My Dad was not only my dad, but my friend too. Looking back, I probably knew he was dying but was in denial.
I was looking for some sort of answers, not a,... (8 replies)
... Well, I would think that you would die. Don't you?? (8 replies)
... I had something like that went from 148lbs to 110lbs they never put a name to it but I was so sick. Turned out I had adrenal burnout, never knew your adrenals were so important. I'm on my way to getting better now, I want to mention I happen to come across info on Med named Naltrexone & couldn't believe how many illness's it helped so I printed it & took it to my Dr who put... (8 replies)