A hospice nurse Julie is making rounds on TikTok after revealing a weird phenomenon that occurs before someone’s death. This TikTok content creator has shared a series of videos that revolve around some unheard death-related phenomenon, and she has gone viral on the app. Here is more about what Hospice shared in her videos.
Alongside viral dance challenges and funny videos, TikTok is also popular for its informational videos. There are numerous content creators who keep on sharing informational content that you have never known before. Some content creators also share their personal experiences to educate other users about certain things.
Currently, a similar story is going viral on the video-sharing app as a user named Julie has rolled a series of videos revealing some unheard stories. Let’s find out what Julie talked about in her videos.
Who Is Hospice Nurse Julie?
Julie is a hospice nurse who creates videos on the popular video-sharing app TikTok. Julie belongs to Los Angeles and she has extensive experience in ICU.
So far, this video creator has earned over 383,000 followers on TikTok. As revealed by Julie, she has worked in hospice for over five years and she also has worked in this ICU for nine years, so, she has over 14 years of work experience in the medical field.
Her TikTok handle goes as @hospicenursejulie, and she has amassed popularity in a very short time span.
In some recent viral videos, Julie has addressed an unheard phenomenon that occurs before a patient passes away.
She also talked about how she started creating videos on TikTok. Julie stated that she started her TikTok handle following her young nieces. The platform then inspired her and she thought of educating people about her work.
In one of her TikTok videos, Julie stated, “I want to normalize death by educating people about it. I went home to visit my family, and my twin nieces were on TikTok making dance videos.”
In one another video, she said, “I later went on TikTok to see their dances. This gave me the idea of starting my own TikTok about death and dying, four days later I did it and it took off.
“I’ve been doing it for six months now and have over 340,000 followers — it’s crazy!”
What Is ‘The Rally’?
In another video, Julie talked about a weird phenomenon called ‘The Rally’. It is a time period when a patient’s health suddenly improves just before his passing.
Julie said, “This is when someone is really sick and almost towards actively dying, meaning dying within a few days, and then suddenly they look like they are ‘better’.
“This can manifest in a lot of ways, but a lot of times they suddenly eat, they’ll suddenly talk, maybe even walk, they act like their old self, they have a little more personality, kind of laughing, talking, joking, but they usually they die within a few days after this.”
As revealed by one another phenomenon, ‘The Rally’ is described as a “sudden burst of energy before death” that most health care providers have experienced.
In another story, Julie discussed another phenomenon that involves people seeing their dead family members before they die.
Julie explained, “It usually happens a month or so before the patient dies, they start seeing dead relatives, dead friends, old pets that have passed on, spirits, angels, that are visiting them and only they can see them. Sometimes it’s through a dream, sometimes they physically see them, and they’ll actually ask us ‘Do you see what I’m seeing”.
She further added, “they’re usually not afraid, it’s usually very comforting to them and they usually say they’re sending a message like ‘we’re coming to get you soon’ or ‘don’t worry, we’ll help you.’ Most people love this, they’re very comforted by it, and it’s not scary to them.”
Jullie’s followers have thanked her for talking about this least-addressed subject. One user said, “Thank you for taking the fear out of this journey”.
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