How long would the average life span be? I posted on something about this awhile back. If we look at it objectively, our hormones start peaking from teens to about 30 years on average. Girls can procreate in their teens and many males are somewhat more fit in their teens and 20's than after.
And if you look back well before agriculture, it was the young that were doing all the physcial work, hunting, etc.
By the time we hit 40, eyesight starts to diminish, you physically start slowing down, joints start to wear, etc. It's why IMO I believe that the average human likely doesn't live beyond 60 years old, but medical science has obviously prolonged lifespans.
Would like to hear opinions on this because I've always been fascinated on human anatomy and physiology.A.C.E. Certified Personal and Group Fitness Trainer
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