Odds of Dying

The Odds of Dying for a 36-Year-Old man

The Odds of Dying for a 36-Year-Old man are 1 in 494.
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Common and Uncommon Causes of Death for a 36-Year-Old Man

At the age of 36, the odds of a man dying are statistically placed at 1 in 494, signifying a noteworthy phase in the risk profile for men. The leading causes of death at this age are varied, with suicide ranking at the top with odds of 1 in 4,024. This is followed by risks such as Coronavirus (1 in 6,838), assault by firearm (1 in 10,104), and AIDS (1 in 16,347). Risks from vehicular accidents, notably car crashes (1 in 27,114) and motorcycle rider accidents (1 in 28,756), also form a significant part of the risk profile.

Less common causes include drowning (1 in 404,751), fall from stairs and steps (1 in 623,630), and incredibly rare occurrences like death due to lightning strikes, with odds of 1 in 2,068,475.

Comparison with Women of the Same Age and Other Ages

In comparison, a woman of the same age faces less risk, with odds of dying at 1 in 897, indicating a significant gender disparity in mortality risk. This difference highlights the importance of gender-specific health strategies and awareness.

Comparing these odds to other age groups in men, it's evident that the risk of death increases as men age, with certain causes becoming more prevalent. For example, the risk of heart attack, which is relatively low at age 36 with odds of 1 in 2,055,620, becomes a more pressing concern in later years.

For individuals, especially men in this age group, these statistics serve as a reminder of the prevailing health risks and the importance of proactive measures for health and safety. Awareness of these risks can guide lifestyle choices and preventive health measures, contributing to overall well-being and longevity.

Common and Uncommon Causes and their odds of dying for a 36-Year-Old man

Cause Odds
Suicide 1 in 4,024
Coronavirus 1 in 6,838
Assault by firearm 1 in 10,104
AIDS 1 in 16,347
Car crash 1 in 27,114
Stroke 1 in 28,690
Motorcycle rider accident 1 in 28,756
Pneumonia 1 in 61,063
Sepsis 1 in 62,630
Alcohol 1 in 73,948
Asthma 1 in 149,377
Exposure to smoke, fire and flames 1 in 152,890
Bicycle rider accident 1 in 210,465
Flu 1 in 311,645
Plane crash 1 in 329,384
Drowning 1 in 404,751
Fall from stairs and steps 1 in 623,630
Emphysema 1 in 767,639
Fall from bed, chair or other furniture 1 in 1,116,019
Legal execution 1 in 1,218,004
Flood 1 in 1,410,840
Contact with hornets, wasps and bees 1 in 1,479,652
Accidental suffocation and strangulation in bed 1 in 1,637,701
Earthquake 1 in 1,771,064
Malaria 1 in 1,971,826
Bitten or struck by a dog 1 in 2,020,135
Contact with hot tap-water 1 in 2,036,310
Heart attack 1 in 2,055,620
Lightning 1 in 2,068,475
Syphilis 1 in 2,153,104
Measles 1 in 2,192,859