How Long Will I Live?
The world clock cackles at human’s perishing paranoia. As humanity falls into the time trap of thinking we have such a precious, brief period of time, we forget that there are sixty seconds to every minute and sixty minutes to every hour of existence. Nobody knows with absolute certainty when the last grain of sentient sand falls in life’s hourglass, but this quiz takes an accurate measure of your likelihood for longevity.
BrainFall and brain surgeons don’t go hand-in-hand. That said, we can accurately guess when you’ll go hand-in-flowers. Our life expectancy calculator produces results by adding the classic factors of living a long life. It checks your physical activity, health history, diet, and lifestyle habits. We’re not doctors, but you can trust that we’ll tell you how long you can expect to live based on these results. This life expectancy quiz may not be what the doctor ordered, but it might be what you need to get in order.
So, how long will I live?
'How long will I live' is a question humans have been asking themselves since the beginning of time. For some, age is just a number. For others, that number signifies dread, regret, and perilous paranoia. Those looking at the hourglass half full make old age an obtainable objective. Life ends upon retirement as a 65-year-old for those whose self-value derives from work production. Life truly starts to shine in the Golden Years spent in the golden sun for those yearning for retirement's release. Maintaining a healthy weight, not smoking, eating a balanced diet that includes vegetables, living an active lifestyle, and maintaining safe blood pressure and cholesterol levels are positive factors that influence successful longevity.
As of 2018, the average American life expectancy is 78 years old. Although America is the "Land of Opportunity," "The Land of the Rising Sun" offers the longest opportunity to live on average. Japan's average life expectancy sits at an impressive 84 years. Heart disease leads the causes of death in the U.S., followed by cancer.