How to live longer 1: General review 1

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As its name- “long life” suggests, I’ll have a long discussion with you on this topic. I hope that you’ll be patient enough to get all info stay in your brain. If you can’t finish reading this article, please take your time, rest for a while, and probably read it when you’re free. I’ve decided not to make it into two parts as I’d like to make it all in one article so that you can capture the whole concept of staying healthily to 100 or beyond. I think it’d be worth reading for you. You only have to spend a few hours to gain all the complete information as compared to more than 200 hours that this article had taken me to research and analyse. Furthermore, you pay not even a single cent to help you staying healthy and longer. Why don’t you read it for your optimum health and longevity?

Our health awareness is extremely low. It’ll be strange to know that this article will catch more reads. If it’s placed in the top ten of the hot list content, then it must be a miracle! Most people, particularly young generations aren’t interested to learn health knowledge as they think that they’re still energetic, younger and healthy, and thus HEALTH is not so important for them to place as their top priority in life. Only those who’re in the middle ages, elderly or the patients will they pay attention to their health as they’ve been tortured by diseases. But do you know that, according to the statistic, the death among the young generations is higher than those who’re 50 and above? You might be surprising to know that primary school children have engaged with hypertension, and by the time when they’re studying at the secondary school, they already have a problem of artery hardening. If young generations still ignore their health, the percentage of death among them will definitely increase in a surprising manner. How sad is this?

The current statistic shows that hypertension (high blood pressure) earns its “first prize”, the second goes to hyperlipidemia, while the third goes to cardiovascular disease. The mortality rate is found to be the highest in the age group of 30 to 50. The age is not the dominant factor for the mortality here, as the culprit here are “high lipid/high cholesterol” and “high blood pressure.”

We all know that there’s an international standard which indicates that longevity is equivalent to 5 to 7 times of human mature period. That means, according to the nature rule, human life expectancy should be somewhere around 100 to 175 years old. But why can’t we meet this life expectancy? The reason is that every one of us has a very poor health care knowledge. Some even don’t bother to listen to health talks or seminars as they found them boring. If our health knowledge is not raised up to its level it should be, I fear that the global mortality will increase sharply. It’s sad to learn that the death here is not due to an old age, but it’s due to the ignorance of health as most of them die at the age they shouldn’t be. That means they die of way too young or too sudden. We should take appropriate actions to curb this type of mortality before the condition is getting worst.

On average, human life expectancy is 70 and above but the statistic shows that we’re at 67.88 years old, indicating that we haven’t reached to the expected average life expectancy. Of course, they’re some brilliant stars that have broken the record. One Englishman has been in the record as he had live to 209 years old. Besides this Englishman, there’s one Romanian woman who had live up to 104 years old, and in her life, she even gave birth in her age of 92 years old. Soong May-ling (or Soong Mei-ling), a former First Lady of Republic of China, also the wife of former President Chiang Kai-shek, died peacefully at her age of 105 years old. Despite of her old age, she still played a prominent role in the politics of the Republic of China. If these people can live up to 100 or beyond, why can’t we?

According to the natural law, mammals’ life expectancy is equivalence to 5-7 times of their growth period. And for human, the last grown out tooth (approximately 20 to 25 years old) is taken to calculate human’s growth period. Due to this calculation, the shortest human’s life span should be 100 years old, and the longest should be 175 years old. The recognizable life span in human life cycle should be around 120 years old. Within a period of 120 years, human should be able to live healthily up to 90 years old. This can be achieved by any one of us as it’s scientifically proven not to be a dream. That means, when you reach 70, 80, you haven’t developed any chronic diseases. In other words, the older you get, the healthier you are. Thus, living to 100 or more is easier for you to think of.

You may get all in one in my previous article  here.

Take care and good luck!


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