How long does a person live in a lifetime?
This varies with every person and how they lived their life, environment, genetics, diseases, addictions, diet, exercise, etc. This also varies by country.
In the USA the average life expectancy (CDC report) is 77.9 years.
In the USA the average life expectancy (CDC report) is 77.9 years.
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Living without eating . Somewhere, I heard a simple adage about survival: The Three Threes: . Three minutes without air. . Three days without water. . Three weeks without food. . I don't know how accurate this is. Surely, survival times without food and water would be subject to considerable …variation depending on ones initial physical condition, the environment in which one was attempting to survive, and how much physical exertion was required. I suppose that the Three Threes probably represents a general ballpark estimate, based on an average person under average conditions of temperature, humidity, and physical exertion, which means that this info is only an average for normal humans, that do not have exceeding fat, which can be used as food by the body. Special case . I went 40 days without eating anything and drank mostly water and some juice. I had more energy than if I ate. your body uses a lot of energy to process food. after 21 days I forgot that I ate. eating is a habit. the fast was very healthy and I purged my GI tract of "silt" that caused "un-abosrbtion" it was so great that I got depressed to eat again I ate for a week then did another 40 days... In the above special case, unless a doctor was consulted, fasting for the period described-40 Days- is highly DANGEROUS and possibly FATAL. Never Fast without Consulting a Doctor . Fasting (voluntarily stopping to eat for a certain period of time) is widely practiced for many different reasons- but should always be done under the consultation and supervision of a doctor; this will ensure the fasting is done in a safe way. . There is scientific research that claims certain health benefits are derived from allowing the body's digestive system to rest for a short period of time (around 24 hrs) a few times a year. Each person's body and nutritional needs are different; only a doctor can provide you with the right requirements to fit your specific needs. Juice Fasting or Maple Syrup/Honey and water fasting, is not the same as fasting using only water. . A juice fast can be healthy as digestion is the hardest work the human body does, and it can be maintained for weeks and oftentimes months, but the body needs salt, and in particular potassium for the heart to beat regularly. Potassium deficiency develops within days, and depending upon the condition of the patient, heart irregularities may be evident in less than a week in some people, while in others there may be no symptoms for a month or more. Let us be clear, however, juice is still food in liquid form, while water contains only minerals at best. . The longest honey and water fast I have undertaken was for five months, done at a time in my intemperate youth when I still thought I was immortal. During that time I did take a few mouthfuls of yogurt from time to time when my heart irregularity scared me, but I lost 97lbs during those months and looked great - but felt terrible. . Electrolyte balance must be preserved if we wish to abstain from eating, and there are 'juice' preparations which do supply the necessary electrolytes for a long fast, but we'll still lose important muscle tissue, involving all our major organs, and oftentimes irreversible damage is sustained. . Six weeks is the maximum time I would recommend for an electrolyte balanced juice fast in a healthy individual, and return to regular eating should be gradual and take half as long as the fast itself. (That is a cardinal rule when fasting.) . For hygienic purposes, a healthy individual can juice fast for ten days without any adverse effects, indeed, the body will be cleansed, which may produce unpleasant side effects, but they will subside and are usually not dangerous. . While many people do fast without medical supervision, it is unwise to do so. One's blood pressure, pulse, body temperature, and respiration should be monitored daily by a competent medical practitioner if one does not wish to endanger oneself. Blood sugar imbalances can arise unexpectedly and are potentially fatal within minutes, and one never knows if he or she will experience such an episode. There are no warning signs, and unfortunately, no 'cure' unless one is already hypoglycemic or diabetic, which conditions are really just flip sides of the same coin. Diabetics and hypoglycemic patients should not fast at all unless in a hospital setting under constant supervision. . OTOH, dying patients often go without food for six weeks or more in the last stages of illness, but withdrawal of water would shorten their lives considerably. Most patients die within two or three days when water is denied them, but I am reminded of Terri Schindler Schiavo who lived for thirteen days without food or water, IIRC. I have never witnessed any patient surviving that long without water in all my years of medical practice. . A 72-hour juice fast will do the body as much good as a longer one in healthy individuals, but in my opinion, no one should fast for longer than ten days, and never without daily medical supervision - it simply isn't worth the risk. ( Full Answer )
\n. \n Answer \n. \n. \nDepending on the type, lymphoma can be NON life threatening.\n. \n Answer \n. \nThe above poster is correct. If you or someone you love has this, then search the web and go onto: www.google.com\nand ask your question.\n. \nPrint out any good information the…n sit and study it, making notes that you can shorten into questions later so you can ask your doctor to fill you in. Doctors are very busy in the U.S. and Canada and don't always have the time to sit down with a patient and go over every little thing and this is where the Internet is a complete God-send. My doctor's office actually has a notice encouraging his patients to write down any questions they may have. \n. \nAlso many pharmacists are quite qualified to answer some questions other than filling prescriptions. ( Full Answer )
Answer . Most adults may have experienced insomnia or sleeplessness at one time or another in their lives. An estimated 30-50% of the general population are affected by insomnia, and 10% have chronic insomnia.. Insomnia is a symptom, not a stand-alone diagnosis. By definition, insomnia is "diffi…culty initiating or maintaining sleep, or both.". Insomnia affects all age groups. Among older adults, insomnia affects women more often than men. The incidence increases with age.. Idiopathic Insomnia is a lifelong inability to obtain adequate sleep that is presumably due to an abnormality of the neurological control of the sleep-wake system. The insomnia is long-standing, commonly beginning in early childhood, sometimes since birth. There are a few persons who could not sleep after they became adults but still maintained reasonably goood health.. For more information refer to the following:. http://www.abc.net.au/science/sleep/facts.htm. To set up a new record in staying awake, Randy Gardner of San Diego spent 263 hours without sleep. He appeared to be in good health and showed no signs of any psychotic behavior.. http://www.sdreader.com/php/cover.php?mode=article&showpg=1&id=20040923. Correction this is simply the most well known case the National Sleep and Research Project reports 18 days, 21 hours and 40 minutes as being the record for someone without a sleeping disorder.. It is also a fact that many soldiers in various militaries have on occasion gone for two weeks or more without sleep, debate this if you will however I have been in bother the South African and Australian military and I have stayed awake for more than two weeks at a time quite a number of times just to keep my head on my shoulders.. As for staying awake with insomnia most human beings can only survive between 7 to 24 months without any sleep however there is a rumour going about a specific person having made 33 years without any sleep. However I cannot confirm that I do not trust sites such as Wikipedia. ( Full Answer )
If a person has a lifetime dowry on a house but deeded to another person. What rights does the person with the lifetime dowry have. Is the house and the land theirs as long as they are alive?
Answer . If lifetime dowry is the same as 'Life Estate', yes, that's how they go. There may be limits to what you can do to or with the house and land, but you can live the rest of your life there. You need an attorney's help if you are having problems with your arrangement.
You will lose consciousness in about a minute but your body will still be alive for another two minutes or so
well i have been living wiyh polio for over 5 years and it has been hell for me and i have 3 kids and i think they have polio to i hope they dont but if they do i will just have to deal with it.It makes me cry every time i think about it so all of my kids have no hair and they have one fat leg and o…ne skinny leg ( Full Answer )
A person with cirrhosis of the liver can live for many years untilthey receive a transplant. The chances of survival prior to atransplant depend on the person's ability to get treatment. If aperson with cirrhosis does not get a transplant, they will die.
Life expectancy in the 1800s was much, much lower than it is now.For some families, people lived to be 60, 70, and even 80. However,for the working class and poor, a man lived to between 50-70 yearsold. Women died frequently in childbirth, thus many women diedduring childbearing years between age 18…-48. Life expectancy wasalso low because of a higher infant/childhood mortality. Babiesfrequently died before age 1; children often died before ages 5 to8 years old. Once a person cleared through birth and childhooddiseases, many lived an average lifespan for the times, with theexception of childbirth or contagious diseases like typhoid and thepox. ( Full Answer )
you can live to a ripe old age or if you are unlucky it can be responsible for complications that can kill you prematurely, it all depends on how the cards fall and on the treatment received for the disease.
It very much depends on your location. It is very possible that an individual would never ever see a solar eclipse (not even a partial one) since at a given spot they can be separated by hundreds of years or more. there is no single answer that would work for all locations.
I HAVE ALWAYS BEEN SHORT OF BREATH AND FAINTED EASILY, HOWEVER; WHEN MY PHYSICIAN ADVISED ME, DURING A CATHERIZATION FOR MY HEART, THAT MY DIAPHAGM WAS PARALYZED. I WAS IN A VERY SERIOUS HEAD ON CRASH WHEN I WAS 16, THE ONLY SURVIVOR; BUT SUSTAINED MASSIVE INTERNAL AND BONE INJURIES; COULD THAT HAVE… CAUSED THE SITUATION. I ALSO HAD A VERY HARD CHILDBIRTH AT AGE 28. ( Full Answer )
Archaeologist look at the deceased perosn's teeth, for its growth determins how old the person was at the time of death.
it depends. the average is 2-7 years. i know someone who has leukemia and has got diagnosed about 6 years ago. There is always hope. but that is the average time range that doctors will give you to live.
It varies, and there's no way of knowing for sure. One of my friends that I met while in treatment for my eating disorder died after only 5 months of developing the disease. I know another lady who is in my self-help group who has had it for 40 years. There is no way to tell whether it will kill y…ou quickly or slowly. It's not worth the risk. Because more often than not the lady who has had it for 40 years wishes that it had killed her years ago because she is so depressed and feels so ill all of the time because of it that she is barely living her life at all. Bulimia can kill you very quickly from a heart attack caused by the electrolyte imbalances (imbalance of minerals that kepp your heart beating). You can also die of a seizure from the dehydration caused by frequent purging (I nearly died from a seizure after having the illness for 2 years, although, as I said, my friend died from a heart attack after only 5 months). If you have bulimia or are asking this question because you are worried about someone else with the condition, please seek professional help. Please talk to a parent or teacher if you are of school age, or talk to your doctor so that you can get the help you need and deserve as soon as possible. It can kill very quickly. But if you don't die, your life can very soon become a living hell because of it. I've lost my friends, my social life, my social skills, my hair, several teeth, my ability to have children, my place at Oxford University and many years of happiness to it - all lost, never to come back. Please get help as soon as possible before you're trapped. You deserve the help. ( Full Answer )
Well..It all depends on how you treasure your life! I think the oldest person in the world is already 110 years old.
About 40 feet. (Average of half an inch per month=6 inches a year X 80 years=480in =40feet).
The average time a person waits at a printer in their life time is 10 minutes.
In the modernized world, there is now very little difference between the the longevity of a person with hemophilia and any other person without it. During the years prior to clotting factor concentrates, bleeding problems would often be the cause of death in people with hemophilia, leading to a shor…tened life expectancy. Once the clotting factor concentrates emerged, bleeding was replaced as the common cause of death by infectious diseases such as HIV and Hepatitis C that were often in those concentrates. As of the early 1990s the clotting factors were being made safe through detergent washing and heat treatment. With the clotting factors being made safe new infections of HIV and Hepatitis C are virtually non-existant in the hemophilia community. Except for individuals that were infected with one or more infectious diseases prior to the viral inactivation steps, people with hemophilia have virtually normal life expectancies. Unfortunately, in many parts of the world , access to quality care is unavailable. Often people with hemophilia in lesser developed countries do have much shorter lifespans and/or see major joint damage and a lower quality of life. In such instances many individuals die in childhood, and those that survive beyond those years are frequently one serious bleeding episode away from death. ( Full Answer )
182 days and 12 hours.... at 10 Minuets a day /3650 minuets a year. Average lifespan is 72.
they can live a normal life if they keep up the medicine unless they develop aids which is more serious and weakens the immune system so something like a cold can be dangerous. there is no cure
This depends on the form of hepatitis B, the complications, the gravity of the illness, the diet, etc.; you can live 1 month or 100 years. With proper health care, you will probably live a long time. My friend is infected with HBV, and has lived over 20 years since diagnosed.
If leukocytosis is present press doctor to find out cause. My husband saw an Oncologist for 3 years who monitored levels which were usually 17000. He never did a bone marrow biopsy to try and determine the cause. My husband passed away at the age of 59 due to a brain tumor that was diagnosed just 12… days before he died. ( Full Answer )
One would hope. That is what life is about learning and growing. . Technically speaking, no, a person cannot evolve over his or her lifetime. Evolution only occurs over many, many generations of a certain species. The genes in one person will not change during his or her lifetime, and since evolu…tion depends on the changing of genes, no person can evolve in his or her lifetime. ( Full Answer )
Untreated glaucoma can cause blindness, but it's not itself directly fatal. Someone with glaucoma will live, on average, about as long as they would have if they'd gone blind from some other cause.
This depends on the general health, age, the severity of symptoms,the type of neuropathy, treatment etc.
If you believe that God is a true God you can live for ever and John 3:16 says For God so loved the world that he gave his only begotten Son so thar we shall not perish and have everlasting life.
Well I would imagine that they can live as long as a normal person.stop that lieing
Since no one can predict anyone's date of death, except GOD, a person with leukemia could possibly live until they die, same as people without leukemia. However, to speak in statistical terms, you would need to provide the type of leukemia, the stage it is, the age of the person and if the leukem…ia is treatable. If it is, well, they could outlive you! Do you have a monetary reason for asking? An inheritance maybe? ( Full Answer )
People with MS usually only live about 5-10 years less than the average person. More specifically, the average onset of the disease occurs at about 30 years of age, and on average people live about 30 years with the disease. Resources: http://www.themcfox.com/multiple-sclerosis/ms-facts/multip…le-sclerosis-facts.htm http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Multiple_sclerosis ( Full Answer )
Age is often seen as an enemy to be battled or outwitted-never mind that it's impossible to avoid and that the alternative to growing older is, well, dying younger. But when you talk with people who are nearing or have reached the century mark, still vital, you realize that they have arrived not by …running for hours a week on a treadmill, downing vitamins by the handful, or spending their free time in the plastic surgeon's office. They've been too busy living-working, traveling, engaging in creative pursuits, spending time with friends and family, doing with gusto whatever it is that gives them joy. Lynn Adler, founder of the National Centenarian Awareness Project, a nonprofit that promotes active aging, says that among the active centenarians she meets (about half of people age 100 plus fill the bill, she says; the other half are disabled by dementia or some other ailment), there are common threads, including, of course, good genes and luck: They have a positive, but realistic, attitude about what they can do. Time to give up the car keys? OK, they'll find a ride or use public transportation. They also have a love of life and a sense of humor, often share strong spiritual beliefs, and show a "remarkable ability to renegotiate at any turn and accept the losses and changes that come," Adler says. After all, it's impossible to reach age 90 or 100 without facing adversity-the loss of a spouse, friends, or even children, as well as medical problems-head-on. "Old age," she notes, "is not for sissies." In the portraits that follow, you'll see those qualities in spades. While there is no guarantee that following the example set by these folks when you're young or middle-aged will help you live a long and rich life, doing so will certainly make the journey more enjoyable. So find work or a vocation that inspires you-paying or not-and keep doing it rather than abruptly retiring. Be moderate in your eating and drinking. Move the body that you have. And reach out to people around you of all generations. "Being part of one's community," says Adler, "is really important." ( Full Answer )
the person lived long in bible is METHUSELAH . the grandfather of Noah. he lived 969 years.
A person could not live on the planet Venus. The planet has anatmosphere that is almost 100 percent carbon dioxide. It is alsovery hot on the planet with temperatures averaging about 860degrees Fahrenheit.
Most people who have Alzheimer die within eight years of their diagnosis but this interval may be a short as 1-3 years or as long as 20 years Average is eight years
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 ( Full Answer )
The record is held by Jeanne Calment who lived for 122 years and 164 days before she died.
It would depend on which organs weren't being perfused well and to what level the hypoperfusion was at. The brain, kidneys, and parts of the bowel are particularly vulnerable to hypoperfusion, while muscle and bone tissue is pretty resistant.
Ok, we can work this out! Let's break down how long it would take, on average, to say a number out loud. 1-999 (
Billy Danderan lived to be 128 years.He lived his long by minding his own business.
2/3 of a Neptune year. That is if you live to be 109 earth years old.
A person with lupus may live a normal life span. However, for others lupus may be fatal, sometimes in only days.
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. ( Full Answer )
It's impossible to predict how sarcoidosis will affect a person, as the condition can affect any organ and the symptoms vary widely depending on which organs are involved. Most will live a normal life span.
It depends on how much they drink, different sex's, health, etc. It's rather hard to explain but an alcoholics life can die younger than healthy people, but an alcoholic will often die younger than they would if they were not using alcohol. The destructive effect that alcohol has on the human body …when used to excess may shorten expected lifespan. This list is long, from brain damage to liver failure. ( Full Answer )
this is NOT a disease, it is a disorder, so people with this affliction can live to a ripe old age just like everyone else.
What is a way to go around a lifetime dowry if the person is still alive and living on the property?
Offer the owner a generous sum of money that will allow them to live somewhere else for the rest of their life. Offer the owner a generous sum of money that will allow them to live somewhere else for the rest of their life. Offer the owner a generous sum of money that will allow them to live somew…here else for the rest of their life. Offer the owner a generous sum of money that will allow them to live somewhere else for the rest of their life. ( Full Answer )
It depends on the brain trauma, if it is deep and penetrating then chances are slim, could be thirty minutes to four hours, to several weeks; if it is blunt it could be fifty-fifty, it depends on several factors. No matter how much medicine tries to learn and do to help one recover from brain trauma… there is no golden or set rule for this kind of phenomenen, just like each person has a different personality, each persons brain responds differently to pressure and injury. :-D ( Full Answer )
A person can live indefinitely in a desert if that person has awater supply as well as shelter and a food supply. Millions ofpeople around the world, (including myself) have lived in desertsfor many years.
Herpes is not considered to affect life span, so just as long or short as one w/o herpes.
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.
If a person's heart stops beating - and nothing is done to try torestart it - they will suffer irreparable brain damage - andpossibly death.