You do not have to think long about why Aussies have a life expectancy of 81.91 years: most residents live a relaxed, stress-free life and have a healthy, balanced diet. In addition, Australia’s healthcare is at a high level.
Guernsey is a small British island in the Channel with just over 65,000 inhabitants. The people on this island have a much higher life expectancy than on the UK mainland. The total life expectancy for people in Guernsey is 82.32 years.
Switzerland, with a total life expectancy of 82.28 years, has the reputation of being one of the most peaceful countries in the world with very little chance of conflict, a stable economy and government.
After a true hausse of tourist migrants, Andorra has been transformed from one of the poorest countries in Europe to one of the richest in the world. In addition, there is virtually no violence: Andorra is considered one of the safest places in the world. The total life expectancy for Andorran residents is 82.58 years.
6. Hong Kong
Hong Kong, a special administrative region of China, will get the Top 10 with a life expectancy of 82.2 years. A number that is clearly higher than China’s number.
5. San Marino
San Marino, the 4th most small country in the world (still smaller than Andorra), consists mainly of Italian migrants, but residents can keep in mind that they live for two years longer than the Italians. People in San Marino have a life expectancy of 83.12 years.
Singapore has an impressive life expectancy of just over 84 years. As one of the richest countries in the world, it is one of the strongest economies. In addition, one of the best healthcare systems.
Japanese are renowned for their exceptionally healthy lifestyle. Fish, algae and green tea are part of their diet. In this case, Japan has the lowest number of people with obesity in the world, with only 3.5% of the population overweight. At birth, life expectancy for a Japanese woman is around 86 years, while men can count on 82 years. The average life expectancy in Japan is 84.19 years. An expectation that leaves most industrialized countries in shadow.
Macau is, like Hong Kong, a special administrative region of China, with a population of just over half a million people. This status is not the only thing that these regions have in common: the inhabitants of Macau have an average life expectancy of 84.46 years.
With an incredibly high overall life expectancy of 89.6 years, Monaco exceeds all other countries with clear distance.
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