Science Predicts All Your Life Peaks

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Like almost everything else, typical lifetime peaks can be quantified by a scientific approach. Recent studies have concluded there’s an “optimum” age when the average man or woman in the US realizes their greatest potential. From the cradle to the grave. What did they find? Pretty much what we’ve known all along…
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Learning A Second Language:

Kids who grow up in a bilingual family have a natural edge over those who are raised in an environment where one language dominates. Still, no sponge is as absorbable as the 7-year-old mind. It’s the best age for us all to learn, and, more importantly, think, in a second language. Sorry 8 and above. Español acaba de conseguir un poco más difícil …
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Maximum Brain Power:

Our brains are most fertile at 18. There’s a reason why that age has roughly coincided with graduation from High School for more than a century. It’s the age we are most susceptible to critical reasoning. Or brainwashing…
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Top Physical Condition:

Around 25 is when we naturally look and feel our best without doing a single Jumping Jack. After that, it’s up to us to stay fit and look younger than our real age. Still, a push-up bra remains one of mankind’s greatest inventions. The only thing close is a daily dose of Rogaine…
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Best Age To Get Married:

Assuming there’s nobody showing up at the nuptials with a shotgun, both men and women feel the greatest tug for first time matrimony at around age 30. Career paths are established, salaries are stabilized. And, the clock is ticking…
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Best Age To Start A Family:

Aside from stark statistics documenting rising teen pregnancy and single mother families, career minded 20-somethings view 30-35 much the same way as in the past. Get busy living, or get buy dying…
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Career Achievements:

40 is the age when we’ve pretty much risen to our potential and competitive fire starts to cool. Moreover, philosophical attitudes have become ingrained by decades of experience. There’s a reason why they call it a midlife crisis…
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Salary Peaks:

Because 50 is the new 40, the ability to earn increasingly higher salaries and generate profitable income is following that curve. Unlike generations past, more people than ever before “retire” at 50, with a salary that guarantees comfort and security. What you do with it for the rest of your life is the next great challenge.
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Life Satisfaction:

Life satisfaction peaks around age 70, when the capacity to achieve is usually overtaken by infirmity and old age. By that time, you’ve either done it all or utterly wasted your time. Either way, most elderly don’t really care. They’re usually proud just to have made it that far…
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Best Age To Die:

Of course, the goal is to live forever. And, thanks to science, that may be an option for us all in the future. But, today, as always, death will come. The key is to outrun it for as long as possible. The average median lifespan in the US works out to around 75, as a whole. So, any time left after that is just icing on the cake… Good Luck!
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