Until The Day You Die

Death is a part of life that everyone will have to face. There’s no way to know the exact time that someone will die, but there are some interesting facts about this event that you should know. About three days after death, the enzymes in your body will begin the process of decomposition. This is often the reason why many funeral homes suggest embalming or suggest a funeral within a few days after someone’s death because of the possible condition of the body. One of the last senses that you’ll lose is your hearing, which means that you can hear the voices of the people around you right up until the moment you take your last breath.

You are probably more likely to die in a car accident than you would be in a plane crash. There are about 600 people who die each year while they are getting out of bed in the morning. If you were to dig around the bottom lawyers of Mt. Everest, you might find one of the 200 bodies that are buried there. If you pay attention to Greek myths, then you might believe that people with red hair will become a vampire when they die. Heart disease is one of the leading causes of death in the United States.