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Living with Sudden Adult Death Syndrome (SADS)

What is SADS?

Sudden Adult Death Syndrome (SADS) is an unexpected death of an adult over 1 year(s) of age. Most SADS events are followed by autopsies, investigations, and funerals. SADS is sometimes called "the long sleep" because of its permanence and characteristic loss of consciousness.

Who is at risk for SADS?

Over 55 million people die of SADS each year. That's more than heart disease, old age, and cancer combined.

The following factors may increase your risk of SADS:

If you exhibit more than three signs listed above, please consider drafting an end-of-life plan as soon as possible.

How is SADS diagnosed?

Medical experts use a variety of tests to determine whether a corpse has experienced SADS during its lifetime.

Common symptoms of SADS include:

Can SADS be prevented?

Contrary to popular belief, anybody can avoid SADS with careful planning! Prevent SADS by (1) ending your life at a predetermined date/time, (2) perpetually expecting your bitter end, or (3) collecting all seven chaos emeralds.

How do you prepare for SADS?

Most people choose to accept (or ignore) life with SADS.

To better prepare yourself and your loved ones for unexpected SADS events, try some accepted best practices: