The restrictions should state that that a person must have asked to die orally at least twice. Without their consent, the use of euthanasia will become murder. There should also be proof of willingness to die through a written request by the patient. The patient must also persuade the physician that the request is voluntary, not influence or impulsive. Before the physician carries out the practice he or she needs to inform the patient of any alternatives such as pain control, comfort care and hospice care.