Hospice care and Nutrition

Hospice care is medical care that preserves or enhances the quality of life for people who are suffering from an incurable illness, disease, or condition. Because each patient's needs are unique, a personalised treatment plan is created to resolve the physical, mental, and spiritual difficulties that come with terminal illness.

While proper end-of-life nutrition is critical in hospice care, if a person with a life-limiting illness is forced to eat or drink when they do not feel the need, they can experience physical symptoms that cause additional pain or complications.

 

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