On average how much does a person sleep in a lifetime?
I heard that the average person sleeps 25 years in a lifetime. It may not be true though.
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How many spiders does an average person really eat in their sleep in their lifetime and are there documented studies that proved this and if so where can the data from these studies be found?
you eat about 7-8 a year Actually it's a myth. There is no scientific or medical proof that spiders crawl into humans mouths as they sleep. It's not 4 spiders a year and it's not a pound of spiders in a lifetime, it's just plain untrue
The CDC reports the median number of lifetime female sexual partners for men was seven; the median number of male partners for women was four. Averages would be different of course, but the median gives a better value. A: How old is this CDC report? 1912?> and how do you even guess the number o…f partners people had back then? xD well no wonder i hear people complain about not gettin laid, this must be somewhat true, i think that kids this age, 3 - 4 times that easy before they are able to even buy cigs. sad... (MORE)
Answer . About 107,500,500,500 cans.. ^ I'm not really sure who answered this but there is no way that this answer can be true, and simple math will show you why:. Let's say for argument's sake you live to be 80 years old..... 80 x 365.25 = 29,220 (This is how many days are in 80 years, includ…ing leap years). 29,220 x 24 = 701,280 (This is how many hours are in those days). 701,280 x 60 = 42,076,800 (This is how many minutes are in those hours). 107,500,500,500 / 42,076,800 = 2554.86397etc. (How many cans you would have to drink in a minute for that answer to be correct) . So, rounding up, you would have to drink approximately 2,555 cans of soda per minute (not figuring in all of the hours you would actually be asleep or a baby in all of this, making the answer even more ridiculous) to drink 107,500,500,500 cans of soda in a lifetime. (MORE)
Over a lifetime, high school grads average $1.2 million; with a bachelor's degree, $2.1 million; a master's degree, $2.5 million.
Answer . A PERSON EATS AROUND 25 TONS OF FOOD IN HIS OR HER LIFE.. BRUCE HART ATLANTA, GA.
For an average person (not working in hospital, she/he is not a sales personnel, etc..): Average meeting # in a day - for every day: 3* Average lifetime - world statistic- : 67 (exclude the childhood period till 5 years)= 62 62years X 365days X 3 people= 67.890 people on average *this is m…y estimation for an average person (MORE)
It depends on how long you stay up like if you went to bed early the night before you might sleep 11 hrs. If you stay up late like 10:00 PM you'll sleep only like 7-8 hrs( if your a light sleeper)
I am currently an electrical engineer. I started working in 1974. I am now 51 years old. If I retire at age 62 I estimate I will earn 40.8 million dollars in my lifetime. ahaha yeah ok so you make a million/year? yeah right. besides, this doesn't help the question in any way, shape, or form. i…f you really do make that much then you are far from an average person, whom the asker was inquiring about. you didn't even bother to mention any statistics or numbers for any widespread demographic so why even post anything at all-just to show off and inflate your internet ego? that being said, from the other sites I've read through there's a general consensus somewhere a little over 2 million in a lifetime without calculating the deduction of taxes. If you've gone to college and obtained a degree you'll make significantly more, assuming favorable circumstances. If you haven't you'll likely come out much lower and balance out the numbers. http://usgovinfo.about.com/library/weekly/aa072602a.htm --- this site had a great breakdown of numbers and facts, if anyone wanted to sate a little deeper curiosity on the subject of earnings and schooling. An average person doesn't earn as much as this person is talking about, he shouldn't have even put this. He is just lying and bragging. I disagree. He is right. I have estimated that by the time I am 65, I would have earned about 70million dollars. I know it sounds great, but one must take off taxes, buying a house and everything else!! Let's put this into perspective! If you worked 50 years of your life and you started when you were 17, averaged $100,000 per year you would have earned $5,000,000 (5 million), and if you were making $150,000 when you retired and your retirement paid you 75% of your ending salary ($150,000x.75=112,500). If you live until you are 85--18 years after you retire--that would give you an additional $2,025,000, just a little over 7 million earned in a life that is not only long but also enjoyed living well above the average income. In short- you could not make $70 million or even $40 million in your lifetime unless you were making 3 million a year for around 20 years--in which case you would not be discussing it here with the rest of us average people. I think I will stick to around $2.5 million! (MORE)
The average American lives 74.1 years and sleeps 1/3 of there lifetime. 74.1 years = to 649400.629378 hours X by .3 = 194820.1888134, so the average American sleeps about 194,821 hours of there 649,401 hours of life.
Humans eat about twelve bugs on average while sleeping. There is noway of calculating how many bugs we consume in our food.
It is estimated that over the course of 70 years, the averageperson sheds about 105 pounds of skin. Human shed about 600,000particles of skin every hour.
About 500,000 for a average smoker. According to official 'statistics', the 'average' smoker smokes around 100 cigarettes a week or 5,000 a year. Assuming that the 'average' smoker smokes throughout his or her adult life and that smoking knocks 12 years off a smoker's life, the total number smok…ed would be more like 250,000. For comparison, exposure to secondhand smoke in the workplace is estimated by independent studies to be equivalent to smoking between 2 and 6 cigarettes a YEAR. (MORE)
I don't know, why don't you count and then get back to us when you get the number :]
the average, working class, average business, usually gets 6-7 hours maybe less. When an average working class adult needs 9-10, that is a big decrease. May I improve above answer . A fundamental rule about people's characteristics is " everybody is different ". People vary as to how much sleep th…ey need and have throughout their life. Babies generally sleep up to 15 per 24 hours and as the person gets older the amount of time they sleep per night gets less. Older children and teenagers on average get between 8 and 12 hours and adults average 7 hours and this may reduce when they get to fifty and older. Some adults however find they need to sleep longer to stay alert and healthy and may sleep 10 to 12 hours per night in some cases right through their middle age and into old age, while others can function perfectly sleeping for half this time per night. Most although not everybody finds they need a lot less sleep in middle or old age than when they were younger. As a general rule people over sixty sleep much less at night than younger people but tend to dose off much more in the daytime, but there are exceptions to that too. At the other end of the spectrum there are some exceptional people who throughout their adult life only sleep for 3 or 4 hours on average per night and show no sign of fatigue. So as stated everybody is different. Basically everybody should try to stay in bed for as long as they feel they need to and never judge anybody else, such as by you unfairly teasing or castigating somebody else as being " lazy " because they need more time in bed each night than you know you do. Sleep deprivation from what a person needs at any age can be extremely harmful to their health and well being causing inability to concentrate and reducing their ability to perform tasks creating a dangerous tendency to drift into microsleep when performing critical tasks. But too much sleep can also be bad for you, and more than 12 hours in bed per 24 hours is probably too much and can cause depression and lethargy. (MORE)
Given that The median years a person stays in one job is 4.1 years (2008), an average person will have to have 7-10 jobs. I'll tell you why, a person works to save money and use the rest on current expenditures. So, they have to work "twice" to cover retirement years. If someone is going to retire… for 10-20 years, they have to work 20-40 years, or probably more to account for inflation and the higher cost of living. With that 4.1 median years of employee tenure, the person has to have multiple of jobs. Of course, there will be people who can stay in 3-4 jobs throughout their lifetime. It depends on education, age, and gender. (MORE)
The average volume of blood in an adult male is 5-6 liters, about 1.5 gallons. I don't know how to answer your question precisely, but if someone is getting continual transfusions, they can lose that much blood, because the bood volume remains elevated from the transfusions.
Experts tell us that in the United States, on average, a person consumes twenty-two barrels each year.
You will drink about 75000 litres of water in your lifetime (20,000 gallons) of water in your lifetime.
Most people in the 21st century will use about 2345678 million gallons per lifetime if they live 100 years
It can vary. It depends on: . how long you live . your lifestyle . the weather . if you have kids . if you have lots of windows . if you care that you have lots of windows . if you live in a nudist colony An estimate: If the only time you spend naked is when you're in the shower or gett…ing dressed, if you live to be 80 years old you will probably spend about 10,600 hours or roughly 1 year and 2 months naked. (This includes baths as a kid, too.) (MORE)
i would say about 2-3. Millions stay in the same occupation or profession their entire career. Some say that for the next few decades, the AVERAGE worker will have 10 employers and 2 or 3 careers (occupations) during their worklife.
In a lifetime, around the world twice! So that's around 25512 Km! Around the world twice is correct but the circumference of the world is 40,075.16 km so it would be a total of 80,150.32 km or 49,803.1 miles..
The average moderately active person takes about 7500 steps a day. Assuming every day the person walks, an eighty year old person who began walking at one year of age, would have taken 216,262,500 steps in their lifetime
it depends who they are where their from and how much they like chicken. say you eat a whole chicken once a week there are 4 weeks in a month 12 months a year that's 51 weeks a year or 51 chickens. then it all depends on how long you live, the average life expectancy in the UK is 79.9. now lets sa…y you spend the last year of your life in cooped up eating mushy peas and you don't eat chicken when your a baby that means you eat chicken for 76 years of your life. so in theory you eat 3876 chickens. (PS most of this is ball's it all depends on how often you eat chicken)+who care's just enjoy your roast while you can (MORE)
1/3 of how long they live...we spend on average 1/3 of our whole lives in bed asleep! so usually over 20+years of everyones lives is spent in bed...what a waste! but if you didnt sleep you wouldn't live very long, so its a necessary evil and a part of life..
British or Asians drink much more tea on average than North Americans on average, 74802 cups is one estimate. It has also been estimated that Americans drink 26 gallons of tea in their lifetimes, much of it displaced by coffee (due to a steady supply of high-quality coffee from Latin America and the… Caribbean) and cultural preferences. (MORE)
Approximately four years. Do the math: Average 10 minutes a day x 7 days in a week x 365 days in a year x 80 years / 60 (convert to hours) / 24 (days) Above math is false: Cameron calculated the average time in a weekbeing 70 minutes and multiplied it by the number of days there arein a year, thusl…y creating a timeframe 7 times too big. Cba tocorrect. (MORE)
The time on a telephone varies drastically according to technological status and from culture to culture.. From 0 (those without phones - and there still are billions of people who do not have a phone) to probably one tenth of a lifetime (there could be some hundred thousand who attain that level).…. So an "average" is not very meaningful. (MORE)
I don't think there's any one time for anger; it happens from time to time, depending on the situations we face. If we can put any timeframe on it, perhaps as we leave childhood, where things are done for us and life is carefree (for the most part), anger can arise because we're faced with bigger pr…oblems. And as we leave middle-age (around 50), there might be more anger because we regret not doing things we thought we would do. But it isn't a constant emotion for most people; it's just something that happens and we deal with it with the intention to get back to being balanced & productive. (MORE)
On average in the U.S., we eat 31 animals per person, each year.This comes out to around 2,400 animals during an averageindividual's lifetime.
hamsters get at least 12hrs a day and then they are awake most of the night xx
The average American eats a terribly disturbing 158 pounds of sugar annually. That's about 11,000 pounds in 70 years.
25+ years. Depends how old the person lives and the average amount of sleep each night. If average age= 80, and the person sleeps on average 8 hours per night, he/she will have slept almost 26 years in their lifetime
You figure that people fart anywhere between 10 and 20 times a day. That's about a 30 seconds per day. That's over 182 minutes (about 3 hours) per year. So on average... A 70-year-old will have spent about 9 days farting. An 80-year-old will have spent about 10 days farting. A 90-year-o…ld will have spent about 11.5 days farting. A 100-year-old will have spent about 12.5 days farting (MORE)
942 bottles of wine, in one persons lifetime. Well in the United States that is.
69.1666667 minutes. 415,000,000 (average blinks in a life time) x .00001 (seconds taken to blink)
Have had over two thousand in my lifetime of 70 years.......mostly in Southeast Asia and throughout Europe while in the military.
It really depends on how old you are. A baby (I think) will get 11-10 hours of sleep each day. A teen will get 7-9 hours of sleep each day. Adults sleep at random times, so 10-5 hours of sleep. Sorry if any of this is wrong but I'm fairly sure this is all correct. :)
Figures are averages, not exacts. 5 movies per week = 20 movies per month. 20 movies per month multiplied by 12 months in a year = 240 movies a year 60 years average life expectancy multiplied by 240 movies a year = 14,400 movies in 60 years. So for how many movies, the answer is on avera…ge 14,400 in a lifetime. Carrying on... 14,400 movies multiplied by 120 minutes on average per movie = 1,728,000 minutes of movie watching. 1,728,000 minutes of movie watching divided by 60 minutes an hour = 28,800 hours of movie watching. There are 8,765 hours in an average year. So the average person watches 3 years 2 days worth of movies in their lifetime. (MORE)
An average person goes to the bathroom about 170,540 times in a life time. If you do the math you'll get the answer. You go to the bathroom 3 times a day, multiply that by the number of days in a year witch is 365 (not including leap years), then you multiply that by the number of years in a life ti…me witch is 90, and you get 107,540. It's that simple. (MORE)
well it depends on how you life your life if you are healthily you you will live longer and if you are not then you wont. so the maximum age that a human can live up to is 120...the bible says 120. i know back then people used to live a lot more longer but in today's generation the maximum is 120yr …or 105 so i think the average job is 95 (if you are healthily -or 5 if your not healthy) (MORE)
320 for men and 400 for women. But it has been proven that women are much more likely to go to the doctor about it.
its all about when they started smoking but lets just say they start at age 18. they live to age 70. they smoke 1 pack a week. and a pack costs 6 bucks (these numbers can vary) I would say about 16 thousand bucks if my numbers are correct
The average person sustains two to three fractured bones during the course of a lifetime.
It is estimated that during one's lifetime they will be admitted to a hospital every 17 years and be seen in an emergency room every 3 years
The average person exercises 30 minutes a day, and there are 365 days in a year. 365 x 30 ------ 10,950 That is 10,950 minutes a year. The average person lives 70 years in the America. 10,950 x 12 --------- 131,400 That is 131,400 minutes in 70 years of exercise. So 131,400 minutes. if you …were to convert that, it would be 2190 hours. If you were to convert that, it would be 7,884,000 seconds. (MORE)
Working on UK system... Assuming you're just talking about mainstream education starting at age 5 and leaving at age 16... 11 years = 4018 days. Subtract weekends (4018 - 1144 days), leaving 2874 days. Subtract main holidays... (2874-77 days) equals 2797 days - which is a little over 7.5 years.
Depends on several reasons; Cultural background, interest in it, education degree, also having the money to buy the book, since there is not a good public library system as compared to the U.S., o any other rich country. Consider also, (in I'd say an average mexican person reads 1 or two books …a year. (MORE)
1/2 years or more. If you have bladder issues could be up to 4 years.
Well, every night, you dream for roughly 2 hours. So, multiply that by 365 (nights in a year as well as days) and then multiply that by the average person's life span: 70 years. In all, that should be about 51,100 hours each night a person dreams.