
How to calculate your life expectancy?
While there is no sure way to calculate your life expectancy,
even with the help of computers, there are certain guidelines,
such as this test, which can give you rough estimates.
If you are between 25 and 65 years of age and reasonably healthy,
this test provides a life insurance company's statistical view of
your life expectancy.
Start with the number 72
 If you are male, subtract 3.
 If you are female, add 4.
 If you live in an urban area with the population over 2 million, subtract 2.
 If a grandparent lived to age 85 or over, add 6.
 If all four grandparents lived to age 80 or over, add 6.
 If either parent died of a stroke or heart attack before 50, subtract 4.
 If any parent, brother or sister under age 50 has (or had) cancer or a heart condition, or has diabetes, subtract 2.
 As an individual, do you earn over $60,000 a year?
subtract 2.
 If you finished college, add 1.
 If you have a graduate or professional degree, add 2 more.
 If you are 65 or over and still working, add 3.
 If you live with a spouse or friend, add 5. If not, subtract 1 for every 10 years alone since age 25.
 If you work behind a desk, subtract 3.
 If your work requires heavy physical labor, add 3.
 If you exercise strenuously (tennis, running, etc.) five times a week for at least 1/2 hour, add 4: two or three times a week, add 2.
 Do you sleep more than 10 hours each night?
Subtract 4.
 Are you intense? Aggressive? Easily angered? Subtract 3.
 Are you easygoing and relaxed? Add 3.
 Are you happy? Add 1. Unhappy? Subtract 2.
 Have you had a speeding ticket in the last year? Subtract 1.
 Do you smoke more than two packs a day? Subtract 8. One or two packs? Subtract 6. One  half to one pack? Subtract 3.
 Do you drink the equivalent of two drinks of hard liquor a day? Subtract 1.
 Are you overweight by 50 pounds or more? Subtract 8. By 30 to 50 pounds? Subtract 4. By 10 to 30 pounds? Subtract 2.
 Are you a man over 40 and have annual checkups? Add 2.
 If you are a woman and see a gynecologist once a year, add 2.
 If you are between 30 and 40, add 2.
 If you are between 40 and 50, add 3.
 If you are between 50 and 70, add 4.
 If you are over 70, add 5.
Add your score to get your life expectancy at this time. Now compare it to the
national average for various ages:
