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Ten Mysterious Signs That you will Die Early

Updated on October 9, 2019
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I lost my father having two of mentioned symptoms. Life is very Precious do read and help yourself and loved once with an early treatment.

Ten Mysterious Signs That you will Die Early

Life is a blessing one should enjoy at most. Science is at his peak, several of amazing discoveries and inventions surprises us every day. However, there are no confirmed indicators invented nor discover that can calculate the death date.

We usually ask this question how much time is left to death? This is an undefined mystery that when exactly the death will occur. Most of the time the death does not cooperate with the doctors, nurses and other family member predictions. Hospice workforce observed that the prediction of physicians about the death are often inaccurate.

Nevertheless, Science discovers some symptoms if found in any human the chances to die earlier will be higher. Notwithstanding the results may vary.

Due to unhealthy diet, schedule and stress some symptoms occur and indicates the highest risk of life threatening diseases.

Therefore, if you are noticing these symptoms, consult a doctor immediately. There is a well-known saying ''prevention is better than cure''.

1-Abnormality in Nails

Deformity in Nails is an Indicator that you might be having Liver Disease, Heart Disease, Thyroid issue or Anemia.

The nails are important in making the diagnosis. Never ignore your nails if they have spots, odd ridges, staining, or if they seem to fall apart. Examination of nails facilitates with important clues about systemic. Some may indicate, heart disease, bronchogenic carcinoma, while pitting of the nails is recorded in patients that are suffering from psoriasis.

A white spot, a rosy tinge, blackening of the nail, gnarly nails or even some bumping can be an indication of a serious disease. Problems that might be related to your lungs, liver, or perhaps even your heart can show up on your nails.

Technically sign is an indicator of a disease that is typically observed by the doctor while a symptom is something that the patient feels. Consequently, if you notice any unusual growth sign in your nail, you should seek a doctor as soon as you can.

2-Divorced or Separated

Divorced and Separated Individuals have Higher Changes of Dying Early.

According to a study that was done recently divorced or separated individuals are in a lot danger of heart disease, high blood pressure, and higher risk of strokes than the ones that are married, in addition to that, separated and divorced people have a higher percentage in self harm and are more likely to commit suicide and engage in risky behavior.

It has been noticed that the divorced and separated individuals get addicted to activities such as drinking alcohol, drug abuse and smoking. They are more likely to engage in riskier sex and avoid doctor visits and die with diseases that are treatable. The person's Psychological and as well as physical health is badly affected after their divorce or separation.

3-Experiencing Pauses in Breathing while Sleeping

People who Suffer with Apnea, Suffer with this Symptom and it Leads to Cardiac Arrest.

If you or your loved one is experiencing pauses in their breath, immediately consult a doctor and seek medical evaluation. Sleep Apnea is a sleep disorder that cause pauses in breathing or very shallow breaths while sleeping.

Nocturnal Asthma often makes it really difficult for one to breathe at night. One may experience chest tightness, cough, shortness in one's breathing or even wheezing at night. This can result in disturbed sleep cycle which itself is unhealthy. One should visit the doctor if the symptoms are not going away.

These pauses in breathing can result in choke, snoring and even disturbance while waking up. Sufferers of this disease will not be having the quality sleep that one should have and it keep them tired.

It is not easy for a doctor to diagnose Apnea in a routine checkup. Moreover, it is also very difficult for a patient to realize it because it only occurs during one's sleep. The companion is usually the first one to notice the symptom.

4-Frequently having Bad Breath

Frequently having Bad Breath is a Sign of Infection or Cancer.

Almost all of us experiences, bad breath once in a while. Casual bad breath may be because of having mashed onion or garlic at meals. Bad breath is generally caused by bacteria on the teeth and debris on the tongue. The dentist recommends brushing your teeth at least twice a day, once in the morning and once at night but after every meal is highly recommended.

But continuous bad breath is a signal of a serious health condition, studies have shown that conditions such as metabolic disorders or sometimes even cancer causes a peculiar breath. And if the problem persists, visit your dentist for

Almost all of us experiences, bad breath once in a while. Casual bad breath may be because of having mashed onion or garlic at meals. Bad breath is generally caused by bacteria on the teeth and debris on the tongue. The dentist recommends brushing your teeth at least twice a day, once in the morning and once at night but after every meal is highly recommended.

But continuous bad breath is a signal of a serious health condition, studies have shown that conditions such as metabolic disorders or sometimes even cancer causes a peculiar breath. And if the problem persists, visit your dentist for instigation.

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5-Heartbeat Rate is Above 90 Beats per Minute

Try to Keep your Heart Rate Between 60-80 Beats per Minute.

Resting pulse or heartbeat refers to the amount your heart beats in an hour when you are at rest. Over 100 is called Tachycardia while slow resting pulse is known as Bradycardia.

The normal heart rate depends upon the age and your lifestyle, referring to your physical activities. Generally 60 to 80 BPM is considered to be normal. Lower heart rate, i.e. 40 BPM is stated 50 percent of the risk of death while above 90 BPM tripled the risk.

According to the research and analysis of CMAJ, a resting rate of more than 90 beats per minute is a significantly higher risk of death. To lower your heart resting rate, it is always highly recommended to go for a regular walk try to reduce the stress and avoid smoking. A little change in your daily schedule will defiantly help. Aerobic training lowers the resting heart rate. This is because of improved efficiency of the cardiovascular system.

6-Losing the Senses of Smell

Losing Sense of Smell can Be a Sign of Near Death or Fatal Diseases.

There are several causes of loss of sense of smell. It might be because of sinus or maybe because of an infection. Generally, we take our sense of smell for granted. Complete loss of smell is called Anosmia.

The sense of smell decline as we age. According to a study if you are losing the sense of smell you will die within five years. Losing sense is not only a sign of death, it might be an indicator of some fatal diseases. Studies have found that loss of our sense of smell could be related to an early Alzheimer's sign. It should be taken into consideration if anyone is experiencing it as it has been shown by some studies that if this symptom lasts longer than usual, it can result in some serious medical conditions such as brain tumors and it can even cause permanent loss of the sense of smell.

7-Much Sleeping

Undue Sleeping is an Indicator that the Death is Near.

Sleeping more and having a hard time for waking up is a sign generally people encounter when the death is near, people generally become drowsy and might not communicate as they used to. A person becomes agitated and disoriented when they are near their death.

The cause is low blood flow to the brain and that may be because of other physical changes that also might occur. You can speak to them and try to help them and have a conversation with them along with clear explanations. However, if there is no improvement even after doing that, seeking the help of a health care expert will be useful. They might help, and they will be able to manage the situation with the help of prescribed medication. The causes may vary from person to person for this issue. Consequently consult a doctor at your soonest.

8-Often Feeling Cold

Lack of Oxygen Supply to the Body Tissues.

Women often complain to feel cold comparatively in men in the same temperature. The cause is women have a lower skin temperature.

A person can die if his body temperature falls lower to 98.6 Fahrenheit (37 °C) to 95 or less because of some critical organs will stop working properly. Dying is not pleasant at all, it is always very painful if your body temperature falls ''called Hypothermia'' a person may fall into a coma. Constantly freezing hands and feet are because of insufficient red blood cells and your body tissues are not getting enough oxygen. You might be feeling exhausted and weak. These are the usual symptoms of Anemia.

These symptoms may include yellowish skin, Irregular pulse, shortness of breath and worries. This typically happens with old age people, but if someone encounters these symptoms should immediately consult with the physician.

9-Weaken Grip Strength

Weaken Grip Strength Can Measure Your Risk of Heart Attack and Stroke.

Your hand grip can be a good measure to evaluate your biological age. Weaker grip is not an indicator of type 2 diabetes, cancer, or other medical condition it is an indicator that your muscle strength is weaker at higher risk of heart attack and stroke. This is absolutely true and medically proven that the people with weak muscle have higher risk of stroke or a death related to their cardiovascular system.


Studies have shown that weak grip can be an indication of diseases such as osteoarthritis or rheumatoid arthritis or sometimes even medical conditions such as nerve damage or tendinitis in your wrists or hands.

The best advice that the doctors give is to start walking regularly, moreover, engage yourself in physical activities in order to strengthen your muscle furthermore, it is stated in a research that weak muscles are linked to a 17% higher risk of dying of heart disease and a 9% higher risk of dying of a stroke.

10-You Are Often Bored

Your Brain gets Older Soon if You are Constantly Bored and have Lack of Interest.

It seems highly unlikely that one can die of boredom. But boredom can really kill you. Research has proven that boredom cause early death due to higher chances of cardiac attacks and strokes. Sadness, known as Heartbreak cause heart attacks or stroke, while a sudden death can happen because of an anger referring to high blood pressure.

Social anxiety is driven by fear. Being bored means you do not have interest towards your goals either professional, Social or personal. It indicates that the people who often get board have not built neuron connections in their brain and that may cause brain diseases like, Alzheimer.

There are two types of people introvert and extrovert. Hanging out with friends having social activities are habitual and commonly found in extroverts and less in introverts.

According to a study bored people die early with heart diseases as compared with the social once. Your brain gets older soon if you are constantly bored and have lack of interest.

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This content is accurate and true to the best of the author’s knowledge and is not meant to substitute for formal and individualized advice from a qualified professional.

© 2019 Dr Kamran Jalali

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      Kamal Ahmed 

      3 weeks ago

      Being in Pharma I agree that there are signs before every disease.

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      K Smith 

      3 weeks ago

      Informative article

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      Jim Andrew 

      3 weeks ago

      Good article

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      Kirsty S 

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      Just Wow

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