Discover the highs and lows of getting older…

By: Suzanne Ritter - Published: • References: carewatch & carewatch
It’s inevitable that we’ll all eventually get older.  But what exactly does the future hold?  This infographic cuts it down to the facts and looks at both the positives and negatives of ageing. 

Discover how where you live can affect your life expectancy.  Figures reveal a stark contrast between countries and even continents.  Residents in Monaco have the highest average life expectancy, living to a ripe old age of 89, whereas those living in Chad have the lowest, with a life expectancy of just 49 years. 

The infographic also provides a better understanding of the natural changes that can happen to your body.  From putting on the pounds to going grey.

Plus it’s not all doom and gloom, there are some pretty good benefits to getting older as well.

You don’t stop laughing when you get old, you get old when you stop laughing
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