My grandma is 79 years old with stage 4 lung cancer. It has been a year since her last chemo treatment. We've had hospice in for about 2 and a half months now. Grandma is declining, she eats about 3, maybe 4 bites all day, barely drinks and can't do it on her own. She gets very disillusioned, hears people not there, talks about stuff that didn't make sense. She always says she is not in pain, but her face tells differently., and her moans of aching. She takes 325 norco, but those are getting really hard to swallow. I have the morphine on hand, hospice said to give it to her and it will help her breathing. I have given it to get at night to help her to sleep, but should I give it to her during the day to? Or I am I rushing that? When she's awake she's agitated. She's so weak, can't walk anymore, or sit up without help, shakes really bad the last few days and now has blisters in her mouth and lips. Family says she needs to be awake, but she just don't look comfortable, it's sad when she's awake. ..