In most countries around the world, it is illegal to practice euthanasia, but there are few that allow it such as the Netherlands, Belgium, Columbia, Luxembourg, Canada, and some states in the US; those include Washington, Oregon, Colorado, Vermont, Montana, Washington D.C., and California. Assisted suicide is also legal in Sweden, Germany, and Japan. These are few countries that allow these practices. There are 195 countries in the world and out of those there are only 6 that legalized euthanasia. With the use of these drugs, there is no need to put people down because they will be comfortable enough to not need to be put down. They will be able to pass in peace and not have the stress on their bodies and minds and can focus on the important things like family and enjoy life.”Benzodiazepines. Benzodiazepines such as Valium (diazepam), Xanax(alprazolam), Klonopin (clonazepam) and Ativan (lorazepam) are sometimes used to treat anxiety for a short-term period” all of these medications have mild symptoms and are specifically made to make the patient comfortable. Their symptoms include drowsiness, confusion, blurred vision, etc. There have been many different doctors that practice it, but Dr. Jack Kevorkian was the most well known assisted suicide doctor. He had killed more than 130 people and families were finding this out and were not happy with it. They eventually took him to court, he was originally sentenced to 25 years in maximum prison. On June 1st, 2007 he was released early for good behavior, he had suffered from liver damage. In his later years, he ran for independent candidate but was unsuccessful. He had received 2.6 percent votes on March 21, 2008. On June 13, 2011, at the age of 83, he passed away due to heart and kidney problems. When people are on death row they also use euthanasia. They will first sedate the person and then administer the medication. There have been incidents recently that have gone wrong when putting them to sleep. They have had convulsions and as the family described it as an exorcism. This states that not all euthanasia incidents go as planned and they can backfire. The patient can wake up or recover from the medication and have permanent deformations. They can also experience extreme pain or discomfort when given the medicine. Most people don’t understand that not all medicines work 100% of the time. Some people react to them differently.In conclusion, euthanasia is immoral and impractical for society. People are uneducated and unaware of the situations and effects it can have on people. People why are physically and terminally ill need help and euthanasia is not the way to approach the situation. When confronted with the situation people don’t really know how to act. They are unsure of the future but that doesn’t mean that there isn’t hope for them. There is always the opportunity to get better or to find something that makes you comfortable for the time being.