Many Factors Involved in Longevity

Live to be 150 years old. But can you afford it? To live that long will take genetic manipulation and intensive drug therapy. Research has shown that the primary thing extending life is diet. Remove processed food completely and you will live longer. That is all processed food.

Centenarians

New evidence shows that people did live into their eighties centuries ago. Note, there were no processed foods then. Meat and vegetable were eaten every meal. Even bread kept the attributes of the grain.

What brings the average life-span down is the large number of people dying in accidents. Suicide is another factor. Improved health care will extend life over coming decades. That is if taxpayers can afford it, which is doubtful.

Much is said about good genes predisposing a person for a long life. However, personality is important. How you choose to live determines longevity. Good food. regular exercise and mixing socially are major factors.

It is important to be positive. Keeping the brain active also helps. Contributing to the community leads to a positive outlook. Anxiety is reduced. Stress is not an issue for centenarians. With all the advertising few can live a healthy lifestyle. We are what we consume and do.

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lower mortality rates married divorced widowed socio-economic status things socio-economic status affect person’s ability access adequate medical care participation healthier lifestyle habits exercising smoking less maintaining healthy weight advertisement education bachelor’s degree higher life expectancy age 25 increased .9 years men 2.8 years women according cdc ethnicity migrant status according 2011 data compiled cdc life expectancy highest hispanic people — male female lifestyle historically lifestyle factors affect mortality include unhealthy diet inadequate exercise tobacco excessive alcohol risky behaviors food safety work place safety motor vehicle safety today major lifestyle factor affects mortality obesity medical technology development antibiotics immunizations improvements imaging surgery cardiac care organ transplants helped push average life expectancy higher longevity increasing past century thanks medical advances lifestyle improvements average life expectancy increased 900 larger number people living older ages driven steep decline infant mortality rate characterized early 900s life expectancy person reaches age 65 84 years age.

united states 86 japan life expectancy australia canada united kingdom 84 86 people age 65 according statistics organisation economic co-operation development r dale hall andrew peterson society actuaries detailed trends longevity factors affect limra’s retirement industry conference earlier month boston pair introduced longevity tool designed consumers advisors estimate long retirement plan life expectancy likely continue increase slower rate future including older ages hall peterson outlined several factors based data institute faculty actuaries associated mortality affect person likely live average life expectancy multiple factors influence mortality important consider financial planning retirement here nine factors impact mortality longevity gender according institute faculty actuaries mortality rates females lower each age men women live longer men average current overall life expectancy u.s men 76.4 years 82.9 years men age 65 overall life expectancy u.s women 81.2 years 85.5 years women age 65 studies attribute gap riskier behavior men lead higher rates accidents genetics appears link genetic factors mortality rates genetics play role nine top causes death according centers disease control cdc lists leading causes death united states heart disease cancer chronic lower respiratory disease accidents stroke cerebrovascular disease alzheimer’s disease.

diabetes influenza pneumonia kidney disease intentional self-harm suicide prenatal childhood conditions poor conditions utero birth early childhood associated higher mortality advanced ages according ifa society actuaries studying impact early childhood conditions exceptional longevity including growing city farm environment affects longevity growing certain geographic areas associated differing life expectancies marital status married people lower mortality rates married divorced widowed according ifa various studies suggest marriage committed relationships improve cardiac health combat isolation loneliness negatively impact mental health motivate people healthier choices keeping regular doctor visits giving unhealthy habits socio-economic status socio-economic status decreases life expectancy according ifa things socio-economic status affect person’s ability access adequate medical care participation healthier lifestyle habits exercising smoking less maintaining healthy weight education higher education levels linked higher socio-economic status linked improved longevity according hall peterson bachelor’s degree higher life expectancy age 25 increased .9 years men 2.8 years women according cdc average 25-year-old man school diploma life expectancy 9.3 years less man bachelor’s degree higher women school diploma life expectancy 8.6 years less counterparts bachelor’s degree higher cdc.

higher education levels associated lower levels obesity tobacco correlate greater longevity according cdc data ethnicity migrant status cdc tracks data related ethnicity life expectancy according 2011 data compiled cdc life expectancy highest hispanic people — male female life expectancy ranged 71.7 years non-hispanic black males 83.7 years hispanic females ethnicity migrant status associated socio-economic status mortality migrant people appears vary result differences average mortality host home countries healthy selection migration return length residence host country ifa lifestyle historically lifestyle factors affect mortality include unhealthy diet inadequate exercise tobacco excessive alcohol risky behaviors food safety work place safety motor vehicle safety today major lifestyle factor affects mortality obesity nearly percent adults considered extremely obese compared percent 962 30 percent considered obese compared percent 962 nearly 70 percent adults overweight today compared 46 percent 962 medical technology advances medicine medical technology major impact increased longevity development antibiotics immunizations improvements imaging surgery cardiac care organ transplants helped push average life expectancy higher unexpected expenses retirement longevity gap study contrasts working longer live longer share facebook share twitter dig deeper annuities life insurance strategies practice trending stories top fastest-growing large cities top fastest growing midsize cities states retirement 2018 myths millennials investing busted irs clarifies rules business meal deductions recommended stories sponsor content legal general time money selling life insurance digital solutions legal general america term carrier count bring consistent competitive pricing automated simple solutions.

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