We’re all going to die. There’s simply no avoiding it. But there are many things we can do to buy ourselves more time. Lifestyle choices, along with environmental factors, can lead to an early death. And if you want to do what you can to make sure you don’t die early, there are all kinds of changes you can make.
Of course, you can always pass away unexpectedly by being struck with a disease or hit by a speeding city bus. It’s best to try and not worry about those very real but relatively remote possibilities and focus on doing what you can to avoid a self-inflicted early death. There are even several signs and signals you can look out for to try and gauge whether the reaper is on your trail right now.
Will you die early?
If you’re just looking at the most common ways people die in modern America, you can probably count on heart disease or cancer taking you out. Again, you can take steps to lower your odds of that happening starting today. (Seriously, you won’t believe these 10 terrible diseases you could have without knowing it.) If you’re serious about living a long and healthy life, see if any of these other signs apply to you and your present condition.
If they do, death may come knocking sooner than you’d like.