The final stages of life are those stages that lead to the death of a person. Most people suffering from terminal or chronic illnesses live with a realization that death is slowly approaching.
The final or last stages of life are known to be very stressful for the dying person. These stages inflict sorrow on the people taking care of their dying loved one. Persons suffering from terminal illnesses often seclude themselves and feel depressed as they enter the final stages of their lives. People can contribute in making the life of a dying relative as comfortable as possible by enrolling them in palliative care.