Updated: Mar 14
Professors at the University of Pennsylvania have developed a predictive test of your life expectancy based on 400,000 NIH data samples and a short quiz about your lifestyle. Often many will say that they have no interest to find out the length of their lives. But sometimes, knowing the indicative range will allow an individual to plan better, get a better perspective about life and take remedial actions to improve their quality of life as well as their longevity.
In Malaysia, based on the population estimates for 2020, the number of Malaysians aged 60 years and above increased from 3.4 million (2019) to 3.5 million (2020). Thus people aged 60 and above now represent 10.7 per cent of the total population in Malaysia. You can find out more about the life expectancy of Malaysians at the Department of Statistic, Malaysia website.
You can take the quiz that predicts your life expectancy here.
Why is it important to estimate your lifespan? Lifespan estimation is important for so many reasons. Insurance companies use it to predict their risks, banks use it to determine the cut-off age for loans and you can use it to plan for your retirement or to plan when you can afford to retire.
What are the 3 easiest ways to increase your lifespan?
The 3 easiest way to increase your lifespan. For non-smokers. 1. Exercise. 2. Get some natural sunlight each day. 3. Sleep well.
The 3 easiest way to increase your lifespan. For smokers. 1. Exercise. 2. Get some natural sunlight each day. 3. Quit smoking.
It's not the quantity, it's the quality
At 360 Wellness Hub, our therapeutic approach focuses not specifically on longevity but to improve the quality of our patient's lives. Onboard in our team are experienced life coaches and nutriceuticalist (i.e. experts in nutrition as medicine) to help patients who need it to improve their overall wellbeing quickly and effectively. Only by taking a holistic approach to treatment can the effect of mental and psychological treatment be truly effective long-term (ie lesser relapses).