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www.huffpost.com/entry/hospice-death_b_850216

Apr 29, 2011 ... Almost always, being present for the dying person involves refraining from ... So is the sight of tearing, half open, glassy eyes, and the touch of a ...

www.hammond.com.au/about/blog/what-to-expect-when-someone-is-nearing-death

Knowing what to expect when someone you love is dying can relieve some of the ... Don't assume that because they have their eyes closed and seem to be ...

www.holyredeemer.com/TheDyingProcess.aspx

When death is near · Decreased responsiveness · Eyes may be closed, or half open, glassy or tearing. If open, the eyes may appear to “look past you". · S...

dying.lovetoknow.com/what-is-death-like/when-why-eye-colors-change-before-death

Corneal opacity is thought to help note the time of death of an individual. Corneal opacity tends to increase the longer someone has been deceased. According to  ...

www.kchospice.org/family/caregiver-tips/when-death-nears

A dying person may try to hold on, despite prolonged discomfort, to be sure loved ones will be all right. ... Eyes are fixed and slightly open, with enlarged pupils.

www.verywellhealth.com/the-journey-towards-death-1132504

As a person comes close to death, the dying process begins; a journey from the ... The person usually becomes unresponsive and may have their eyes open or ...

www.dyingmatters.org/page/being-someone-when-they-die

Being with someone you love at the point of their death is a profound experience. ... Try to keep bright sunlight away from the dying person's face and eyes.

www.fvfiles.com/521810.pdf

Urge those close to the patient to plan their visits for when your loved one seems most ... may wish to close your loved one's eyes and prop their head up with a ...

www.cdha.nshealth.ca/patientinformation/nshealthnet/1562.pdf

part of caring for someone approaching death. ... drink can make a dying person feel nauseated and ... Near the end of life, the tongue, lips, nose and eyes.

sofriendsofhospice.org/physical-comfort/the-process-of-dying

No breathing or heartbeat · Eyes are enlarged with fixed pupils · Jaw is relaxed and mouth may be open · Loss of bladder and bowel control.