Five Things we've learnt about taking care of people who have died by the team at Poppy's Funerals.

 
The mortuary at Poppy’s Funerals, London

The mortuary at Poppy’s Funerals, London

 

1. Caring for someone who has died can be a very rewarding experience, akin to nursing someone who is sick.

2. The appearance of a body changes soon after death when the skin pales, but other natural changes happen very gradually over a period of weeks.

3. Very few people soil themselves after death.

4. Rigor mortis is the third stage of death and starts a few hours after death, but this is temporary, lasting anywhere between a few hours and a couple of days.

5. If someone had an infection when they die, this infection usually dies with them.

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