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Nearing End Of Life

How To Cope With Physical Symptoms

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Each of the following symptoms may show up. They are all treatable and can be controlled. They can possibly even be eliminated.

If you lose weight, your clothes can be tailored to fit. If money is an issue, you can purchase clothes at a second hand or thrift store.

For your hair:

  • Barbers and hairdressers can come to your home or wherever else you are. If your barber or hairdresser doesn't usually make such visits, he or she may do it for you if you have a relationship with each other. 
  • If you have hair loss, wigs are available for free if necessary.
  • For information, see: Hair Loss From Treatment And How To Deal With It

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