People view the dying process care as palliative emphasizing on the sick with serious ailments. It can be stressful to care for the sick and mostly may require assistance from people close to the dying man or a physician such as nurses. An individual can be anxious about the consequences and can physically and emotionally be detrimental to the need to get closer to the dying man in his last days. A family, friend, or a nurse can accomplish commendable role to support and care about a dying person. Nurses and other caregivers must attend to the patient irrespective of the kind of disease and the magnitude of the illness. I recall a time my mother left me under the care of my younger sibling, who was seriously ill. I was anxious but curious to experience the moment since the doctor had diagnosed him with Progeria. My mother brought him home as an extended stay in the hospital for care in his last existences. The experience was traumatizing, but I managed to learn several ideologies behind a dying person. The religious beliefs that assert that there is life after death was the determinant factor towards a prolonged period of my stay with him. The traditional perspectives of life prevented me from handling him any medication since the doctors already declared him dead. I watched him pass away after several weeks of home care. I dedicated myself to nursing to help such situations.Helping the dying person and their family to understand the nature of illness and prognosis is a crucial and vital aspect of comforting assistance to the person about to pass away by helping them comprehend and use appropriate medical care. Relating the goals of the patient care with requirements of the health care team through highlighting the main objective of medical care is also vital (Taylor, 2002). A nurse must treat and recognizes pain and sufferings that may arise due to psychological distress, inadequate support from the social contexts perspective, and physical pain. Taking care of the sick’s total pain is imperative in the dying process since it support the training of the moral concept by the physicians and other caregivers. The sick and their relations may be subjected to unrelieved pain and can become a source of distress to both. Adequate management is essential at the end of life that takes place at the Dyspnea conditions, which is a subjective consciousness of breathlessness taking place among peole nearing the end of life (Lewis et al., 2016). They should use Oppids and Benzodiazepines for treating Dyspnea. Clinicians may use continuous infusions to help them manage symptoms and relieve sufferings as death approaches. They may continually assess the patient and make adjustments that will control symptoms and signs of restlessness towards the end of life.The integrated response of the interdisciplinary treatment team is essential. It should address psychological, social and spiritual issues which are an inherent part of the dying process that allow them to lay a foundation for a healthy patient and family by carrying out the assessment (Taylor, 2002). They assimilate and negotiate the interpersonal relationship abilities and closeness needed to improve patient’s harmonious living and psychological, spiritual comfort though offering reflective open-ended issues which are vital to improving interaction in the patient’s inner life.The period towards the demise of a person in a dying patient is both vital to the patient himself/herself, the nurse, and the family members and friends who undergo unreeling conditions of psychological, emotional, and physical distress. Such aspects require opportune time and peace of mind through proper guidance and care to encompass both spiritual leaders, physicians, nurses, social workers. Chaplains should also get involved in allowing peaceful death by offering forgiveness, being forgiven, and saying goodbye to family and friends.