The US Government reports the ten most common diseases that lead to death but those statistics don't explain how we got the diseases. Another list
referred to the "Actual" causes of death blames us for not exercising and diet. Then there is
of government industrial complex
causes of death which is pretty comprehensive. By that mean in the end they get most people. There are about 2.4 million people who die each year
and about 2.2 million of those deaths can be explained by this list. Each number indicates the number of deaths per year.
1. 450,000 Deaths Medical Errors (350,000) and Lack of Insurance (50,000) - The most common medical errors are medical personnel not washing their
hands and adverse drug reactions that could be prevented by more system checks. There is a system lack of quality of care in many areas. For
example, in the US its seven times more likely that your diabetes is out of control compared to Spain. Who profits from this? Insurance companies
and hospitals (700 billion per year ).
2 443,000 Tobacco Who profits tobacco companies who don't have to pay for the damage they cause (203 billion per year).
3. 400,00 Lack of Exercise Which Causes Obesity This is one or only two you can do something about. Exercising also improves your immune function and
increases your mental alertness.
3. 200,000 Poor Diets That's excluding obesity-related deaths. Obesity is the person-blame but everything in the middle of a grocery story is going
to kill you in some way.
5. 80,000 Pollution-related deaths
6. 65,000 Work Stress related deaths. Don't kill yourself for the company and now they encourage it.
7. 59,000 Workplace injuries. Avoid jobs that kill (Most are now reality shows)
8. 55,000 Know that most violence is caused by social
and avoid being controlled.
9. 36,000 Consumer Product Deaths. Avoid the latest gadget for your kid without checking. Read about and make sure that your parents have the right
furniture and carpets to avoid falls. You must become a health and risk avoidance expert. Falls are the number one killer in this category
10. Traffic 17,600 non-alcohol related deaths per year. Our roads are killing zones. Get a safe car, be an alert driver and avoid as much as possible
high risk road structures and high speed traffic situations where you put your life into someone else's hands.
Think carefully about your work and where you want to live. It's all about mental alertness and planning.