How to die from cancer?
Oncological diseases are increasingly breaking into people's lives, bringing bad luck to their homes. The increase in incidence over the past 10 years is approximately 15%. Every year in Russia alone, 500 thousand people are diagnosed with cancer, of whom 60% die. However, oncology interrupts the life of a person not immediately, but gradually. So, how does a person die from cancer?
When they die of cancer, the first refusal of meat occurs, since it is very difficult for the dying organism to digest it. He begins to eat monotonous simple food and then completely refuses to eat.
Increased fatigue and drowsiness
Patients begin to sleep more and more and the farther they go, the harder it is to wake them up. This is due to a decrease in the metabolic rate due to dehydration of the body and lack of nutrients.
Due to the lack of energy, dying from cancer every day becomes more and more weak and unable to produce elementary movements (roll over, for example).
Clouding of consciousness
Gradually, more and more organs are beginning to fail, including the brain. Because of this, the patient ceases to navigate in space, to recognize loved ones, may be in a delusional state.
When a person dies of cancer, his breath changes gradually. He begins to breathe unevenly, intermittently. Cheyne-Stokes breathing gradually develops: shallow and rare breathing become deeper, then less often, and there is a pause, after which everything repeats again. Very often, when a person dies of lung cancer, breathing is noisy and wheezing is heard.
Fencing yourself from the outside world
As the disease progresses, the vital forces leave the patient, and he protects himself from the world: he ceases to talk, withdraws himself, turns away from the interlocutor during a conversation.
Due to the small fluid intake, the kidneys begin to gradually decline. Self-urination becomes almost impossible. Toxic substances enter the bloodstream and the person dying from cancer gradually falls into a coma.
Swelling of limbs
There is swelling of the limbs due to kidney failure. The fluid from the body is not excreted, but accumulates in the body in the form of edema. A few minutes before death, the blood drains from the periphery. The limbs are getting cold.
However, thanks to the timely detection of cancer and the correct treatment, 40% of patients overcome this serious illness. Each person has a chance, if not for complete recovery, then at least for the extension of life (at least for a couple of years), even in the final stages of the disease.