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Living The Maximum Age

Living The Maximum Age

  • Many people live for more than a hundred years, and the maximum recorded age has been of a French woman who lived till 122.
  • The average life expectancy is close to 80 years.
  • New research using computer simulation shows that the maximum lifespan of a human being is 150 years.

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First observed in the 19 century, the Gompertz Equation states that the chance of our death from infection and disease doubles every 8 to 9 years.

Factors like our diet, drinking and smoking, exercise routine, organ functioning and marital status play a part in determining how many years we will live.

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  • Genetics play a crucial role in how long we live.
  • A good diet and plenty of exercise helps one stay in shape and live longer(but we knew that).
  • Getting good treatment and medication to heal from problems is also an important factor.

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  • The faster we recover from an illness, the longer we can expect to live.
  • The white blood cell levels indicate if the body has inflammations.
  • The red blood cell levels indicate the risk of heart disease or memory loss.

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Life expectancy has nearly doubled in the last century

The average baby born in 1900 lived about a half-century. Nowadays, the life expectancy of people in the United States is nearly 79 years on average (81 years for women and 76 years for men).

And in some countries, life expectancy is even longer.

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Body Rejuvenation

The body replaces itself with a new set of cells every seven to ten years. This has been discovered by Swedish molecular biologist, Dr. Jonas Frisen.

When it comes to aging, our DNAs remain the same from the day of a cell's birth throughout its lifespan, however, most new atoms are taken in through the air we breathe, the food we consume, and the liquids we intake.

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