The final moments of life are different experiences for every person. Still, in the final moments before death, a person may experience changes in breathing. Their breathing may become shallow, irregular, or noisy.
Also, your loved one’s energy may significantly decrease, and they may lose consciousness. They may also lose interest in eating and drinking, and their pain may become overwhelming. The person’s skin may become cold, blotchy, and purplish. As death approaches, the person may sleep longer and have difficulties waking up.