According to authoritative statistics, less than 2% of chronic kidney disease will eventually progress to uremia. At present, the prevalence of chronic kidney disease exceeds 10%, which means that there are about 120 million people in my country suffering from chronic kidney disease. However, there are only about 3 million end-stage renal disease patients in my country who have received dialysis or kidney transplantation. It seems that there are not many kidney diseases that can be completely cured. Then the problem is coming, or the kidney friends will have questions! Excluding those patients who can be completely cured and uremia undergoing dialysis or kidney transplantation, what is the outcome of the remaining chronic kidney disease patients? Of course, cured kidney disease includes radical cure and clinical cure. Naturally, there is nothing to say. Most of their patients will have a good outcome, especially those who have been cured, and their lives will not be affected. Only patients with clinically cured kidney disease still have the risk of recurrence and need to be paid attention to. Generally speaking, the outcome of this part of kidney disease patients is also very good, and their life expectancy is basically not affected. Excluding the cured kidney disease, the rest is the incurable kidney disease. What will their outcome be? Of course it is not all uremia. Because only 2% of chronic kidney disease patients eventually develop uremia, it is unlikely that 98% of kidney disease can be cured. Therefore, there are often more patients with kidney disease in a state of “not good nor bad”, that is, the “uncurable” kidney disease will eventually have the following five outcomes. 1. The condition is getting better and better. Although the kidney disease has not been completely cured in the normal life span, the patient feels very good about himself, and various laboratory tests are basically normal or close to normal, for example, the 24-hour urine protein quantitative is less than 0.3-0.5 grams , Kidney function is normal or has gradually recovered. Perhaps, patients with kidney disease have completely stopped taking all drugs, or are still taking one or two drugs. This type of kidney disease accounts for the largest proportion of all incurable kidney diseases. In other words, “kidney disease is still”, but “looks” no different from normal people, and normal life span is not affected in any way. 2. The condition is stable for a long time, and the condition of chronic kidney disease with normal life span is relatively stable for a long time, and the proportion is also very large. Although this type of kidney disease cannot be completely discontinued and must be checked and followed up on time, the patient’s quality of life and life expectancy are not affected. Even patients with chronic kidney disease whose blood creatinine has been elevated can maintain a stable condition for a long time. Such as chronic kidney disease 1-2, or even chronic kidney disease 3a, patients can not develop uremia before normal life span. Nephropathy patients with normal serum creatinine can keep it in the normal range for a long time, and nephropathy patients with elevated serum creatinine can also be stable in a certain area for a long time with little change. 3. Slow progress or aggravation, but life expectancy is basically unaffected. Some patients with chronic diseases are slowly progressing or aggravating, but their progress is very slow. For a young patient with kidney disease, if it takes 10, 20 or 30 years to progress to uremia, his (her) age is only 40, 50 or 60 years old, which may affect the life span of the patient. For middle-aged and elderly patients, such a slow progress rate will basically not affect the normal life span of the patients. For example, the urine protein of some kidney disease patients is 1.0-2.0 g/24 hours, the blood creatinine is 120-240 μmol/L, and the blood pressure control is also up to standard. The age of the patient is about 40 years old. If 15-20 years later (that is, the patient’s Approximately 55-60 years old) develops into uremia and needs dialysis, and receives long-term dialysis. After that, it can be maintained for at least 15 years (the number of dialysis years is 20 or even 30 years). In this case, the patient’s Life span has reached 75 years. Therefore, the life expectancy of such patients with incurable kidney disease is basically not affected, but they also need to receive long-term medication and regular check-ups at the same time. 4. Uremia by dialysis or kidney transplantation, life expectancy is affected. Among the incurable kidney diseases, a small number of patients cannot stop the rapid progress at all, and eventually develop into uremia and require dialysis or kidney transplantation. Can prolong the life of the patient. This type of kidney disease accounts for a very low proportion of all patients who cannot be cured, that is, the aforementioned accounted for approximately 2% of all chronic kidney diseases. Since dialysis and kidney transplantation are only kidney replacement treatments, not their “original” kidneys, the life expectancy and quality of life of patients will be affected to a certain extent. 5. Died from complications or joints
Article source: WeChat public account [Liu Changcheng, Director of Sekishui Department] In recent years, the incidence of lung cancer is getting higher and higher. Lung cancer patients generally have lung hydrops, which is a relatively common symptom. The occurrence of the symptoms of pulmonary hydrops indicates that lung cancer patients have entered the advanced stage, so most patients think that their life expectancy is not long. Therefore, many patients are more puzzled. How long can they survive after lung cancer causes hydrops? In fact, this situation varies from person to person. How long can patients with pulmonary hydrops generally survive? If the patient can take appropriate treatment measures in the early stage of lung cancer, the recovery may be relatively high. Once the occurrence of pulmonary hydrops, it indicates that the lung cancer has entered the advanced stage, although the life span will be shortened when this happens. , But if you can take timely measures for treatment, it can also extend the life of the patient. When pulmonary hydrops occurs, the water accumulated in the lungs should be extracted. At this time, the doctor will ask the patient to use some diuretics to promote urine Drain water from the lungs. Timely draining of excess water from the lungs can relieve the problem of breathing difficulties, and can also prevent lung congestion and aggravate the condition, which will affect the life of the patient. Therefore, after the occurrence of pulmonary hydrops, patients must be treated in time to control the condition in time to avoid deterioration of the condition and lead to heart failure. Once the heart function fails, the life span of the patient will be severely affected. Therefore, patients with lung cancer should know that if they do not take timely measures to control the pulmonary hydrops, they will generally not live for 5 years. How to care for patients with lung cancer after pulmonary hydrops? 1. It is very important for lung cancer patients to ban smoking, so as not to promote recurrence. Patients with reduced lung function should be instructed to gradually increase the amount of exercise. 2. Lung cancer patients generally have weak physical fitness and low resistance, so they should eat more high-quality protein foods in their daily diet: such as milk, eggs, lean meat, fish, soy products, etc. These foods can not only supplement nutrition, but also Can increase appetite. 3. Lung cancer is a systemic disease that can affect the function of various organs of the body, such as gastrointestinal function. Therefore, patients with lung cancer can eat more digestible porridge, such as millet porridge and white fungus porridge. 4. After the occurrence of stagnant water, do not make your emotions too anxious and unstable because you are worried that it will shorten your life, but in fact, this is not conducive to disease control, so let yourself relax and divert attention, which can not only reduce pain, but also improve Condition. If you need medication guidance, drug withdrawal assessment, risk assessment, patient group addition and other services, please fill in the [patient consultation application form]. (Do not disturb when selling medicines) If you need to make an appointment with Liu Changcheng’s expert consultation number, you can fill in the [appointment application form] to answer it for free. (Support remote consultation, prescribe medication and mail)
. High blood pressure, obesity, diabetes, hyperlipidemia, insomnia, anxiety and depression, cervical spondylosis…These past middle-aged and elderly diseases are now visiting young people more and more frequently. In various outpatient clinics of the hospital, doctors often see those because People who stay up late, fast-paced, overeating, and indulging in mobile computer games and karaoke bars lead to premature deterioration of physical functions and come to the hospital for consultation. Many people often reflect on why scientific and technological civilization cannot bring about health improvement.  .Perhaps many people hold different opinions: The average life expectancy is now getting longer and longer. Doesn’t it mean the improvement of people’s health? This is indeed a contradictory phenomenon. On the one hand, the incidence of chronic diseases is getting higher and higher. Getting younger and younger, on the other hand, the average life expectancy is getting longer; but the answer is also very simple, because the advancement of medical technology and medical insurance policies provide people with better medical conditions, which inevitably leads to sub-healthy people The increase in the quality of life and the decline in the quality of life in the process of aging.  . To have a healthy physique throughout your life, you can only start a healthy lifestyle from a young age: fitness, reading, regular living…, and persevere, “the more self-discipline, the healthier, the more freedom.” But knowing is easy and hard to do. Without strong willpower, motivation is the slogan, and reason becomes chicken soup. It is inevitable that many people will follow the crowd and be controlled by life. Choice is more important than hard work. “Think clearly” what kind of life you want, and then “stick to it” to get the health you need!
The treatment of epilepsy must be treated as soon as possible. Many patients are worried that there are genetic factors in epilepsy. The disease of epilepsy must be treated in a timely and effective manner. Later, the harm will become more and more serious. Colleagues who treat patients with epilepsy should also consider the heredity of epilepsy. How epilepsy is inherited is a problem that most patients care about. In order to better treat epilepsy, people should treat it as soon as possible, pay more attention to how epilepsy is inherited, and prevent epilepsy inheritance in advance. The key factor in the treatment of epilepsy for the general life span of people with mental retardation and epilepsy is that no epilepsy is found. Epilepsy is a brain disease. It is mainly a chronic disease caused by the abnormal discharge of brain neurons. The general life span of people with mental retardation and epilepsy. Many reasons can cause epileptic seizures. In developed*, the life expectancy of epilepsy patients is longer than that of developing*. The general life span of people with intellectual disability, but with the advancement of science and technology, the prognosis of many epilepsy patients is still very good. The general life expectancy of people with mental retardation and epilepsy is meaningless in itself. The treatment of epilepsy endangers our lives and health. Therefore, the treatment of general life-span diseases for people with epilepsy, mental retardation and epilepsy can help us get rid of troubles. However, patients want to know how much epilepsy patients can afford and how long can they live for epilepsy? Therefore experts point out, Epilepsy itself rarely causes death, and accidental injuries caused by seizures are not uncommon.
Xiebielu Studio WeChat add369456 article source: Reposted from the WeChat public account [Xiebielu Studio] For cancer, many people have psychological fears. Not only is cancer not easy to heal, but in many cases, the physical and psychological damage caused by cancer is extremely great. Not to mention the huge cost of curing cancer. Myeloma is one type of cancer. Although myeloma is not common in our daily life, the prevalence of myeloma is also very high. So, what kind of disease is myeloma? Myeloma is a tumor with a very high level of malignant transformation. It is more common to be divided into single and multiple, and the latter are more common. The fatality rate of this type of disease is very high, and it harms everyone’s physical and mental health. Therefore, once diagnosed with myeloma, the patient’s mental state is under certain pressure. Myeloma has various types, which are different. Different types of myeloma cause different injuries to patients. How long a patient can live with myeloma is not only related to treatment, but also to the type of myeloma, and to the level of recovery of the patient. 1. Multiple myeloma is more common, and the damage is very serious. Under normal circumstances, divide myeloma into 1 to 3 stages. If patients with myeloma can get very good treatment results, then life can be extended. Can live for about ten years under the condition. 2. However, if the patient’s condition of myeloma is serious, and the patient’s mental pressure is relatively high, it can cause life threats at any time, which will seriously affect the life of the patient. After some patients have this type of disease, Less than a year. 3. If patients with myeloma want to increase their lifespan, they still need to actively cooperate with each other. Physicians must have firm confidence in the treatment, maintain a comfortable mood, and persevere in treatment. The treatments for this type of disease include radiotherapy, radiotherapy and chemotherapy, and surgical treatment. It is necessary to choose the appropriate treatment according to the patient’s condition. It is not difficult to see that how long a patient can live after this type of disease is related to a variety of factors, but the patient must pay attention to increase their lifespan in order to relieve the pain, and look forward to strengthening their beliefs and fighting the pain, making surprises the same. It is expected that patients can increase their service life based on reasonable treatment.
Grandpa Zhao is 90 years old this year. If my grandpa is here, he will be at this age, so I will also call out grandpa during the rounds. You may not believe that Grandpa Zhao has a history of hypertension for 25 years. Some people say that high blood pressure will shorten life span, but why is Grandpa Zhao at 90 years old and can go for a walk every day? In addition to a certain relationship with genetics, the most important thing is that Grandpa Zhao treats hypertension correctly. At the age of 65, Grandpa Zhao discovered high blood pressure. Later, he heard from many doctors that high blood pressure should be controlled or it would cause many complications. So Grandpa Zhao, who was 65 at the time, began to manage his blood pressure for 25 years, insisted on walking fast, quit smoking and drinking, took antihypertensive drugs on time, and developed the habit of monitoring blood pressure. Grandpa Zhao is 90 years old. He has no major problems with his heart, brain, and kidneys. Recently, his blood pressure was slightly low, so he was hospitalized to find out why. 1. High blood pressure does not affect our lifespan Hypertension is currently the most common problem. About one-quarter of adults in my country have high blood pressure. Simple hypertension does not affect our lifespan. Some high blood pressure will have symptoms such as swelling, dizziness, headache, etc., while most high blood pressure will have no symptoms and no discomfort. Because of this, many people with high blood pressure do not know that their blood pressure is high, or that they know that blood pressure is high, but they are not uncomfortable, and they are unwilling to actively and formal control. According to statistics, nearly 50% of people with high blood pressure in our country do not know that they are hypertension; there are also nearly 80% of people with high blood pressure whose blood pressure is not controlled or is not ideal. These people with high blood pressure who have not controlled their blood pressure for a long time suffer from the effects of high blood pressure, which will gradually cause damage to human blood vessels or organs, leading to complications of hypertension. High blood pressure itself will not affect our lifespan, but the complications of hypertension will affect our lifespan. 2. High blood pressure will affect the lifespan of people with high blood pressure. Long-term high blood pressure may lead to vascular damage and aggravate atherosclerosis. The result is cardiovascular and cerebrovascular disease and kidney disease. Many diseases that we are usually familiar with are inseparable from high blood pressure, and even are directly caused by high blood pressure. For example, cerebral infarction, cerebral hemorrhage, heart failure, renal failure, myocardial infarction, aortic dissection, etc., may all be hypertension. The consequences of not controlling. Although hypertension does not affect our lifespan, cerebral infarction, cerebral hemorrhage, heart failure, renal failure, myocardial infarction, aortic dissection will affect our lifespan, such as cerebral hemorrhage, cerebral infarction, myocardial infarction, aortic dissection and even direct Cause sudden death. If blood pressure can be effectively controlled, it can reduce myocardial infarction by 20%, cerebral stroke by 30%, and heart failure by 50%. Therefore, those who have already had high blood pressure but have not been found, or have found high blood pressure, have not been controlled or not properly controlled, their life span will be affected, and even lead to sudden death. 3. How to treat high blood pressure will not affect our life expectancy. The attitude towards hypertension determines whether high blood pressure will affect our life span. When hypertension comes, we usually don’t say hello, so we must learn to actively monitor blood pressure. For adults with family history of hypertension, obesity, diabetes, cardiovascular disease, smoking, alcoholism, and uncontrolled diet, it needs to be measured at least every 3 months. Blood pressure, see if there is high blood pressure. For people who have no high-risk factors but are over 40 years old, they also need to measure their blood pressure every 3-6 months. There are benefits and no harm. Once high blood pressure is found, it is necessary to live as healthy as possible, especially for young people to live a healthy life. A healthy life can not only lower blood pressure, but also prevent cardiovascular and cerebrovascular diseases. At the same time, if a healthy life cannot bring blood pressure to normal, then you need to cooperate with antihypertensive drugs, the only goal is to have normal blood pressure. Only with normal blood pressure can we effectively prevent heart, brain, kidney and macrovascular diseases, and can ensure that high blood pressure will not affect our life. In short, high blood pressure is not terrible, and people with high blood pressure can live longer. The key depends on how we treat high blood pressure!
Although no one specifically proves that this statement is correct, its statement is very contrary to common sense. We assume that this statement is correct, then what will happen? The most common sense is the effect of exercise on heart rate and lifespan. We all know that my heart rate will increase during exercise. I take my own as an example. My quiet heart rate is more than 50 times per minute, and normal daily activities will reach 60~70 beats/min. If you exercise specifically, your heart rate can be It can reach more than 110 times and vigorous exercise can reach more than 150 times. If this theory is correct, then my exercise is equivalent to accelerating death. The more I exercise, the faster I die, and the longer I do nothing, this is obviously wrong. The normal heart rate is 60 to 100 beats per minute in quiet situations, and some people are normal between 50 to 60 beats per minute. Let’s assume that A’s heart rate is 60 beats per minute, and his life span is 90 years old, then his heart rate is 60*60*24*365*90=2838240000 (about 2.84 billion times); B’s total heart rate is also so much. But B’s heart rate is 80 beats/min, and the calculated life span of B is 67.5 years old. If B exercises a little or something, the lifespan can easily fall below 60 years old, and 80 beats/min is a very normal heart rate. Obviously this is also a bit off. What are the factors that determine human longevity? Genes are first and foremost. We often hear that people who smoke and drink live to ninety-nine, which is a manifestation of strong genes. Living environment. The average life expectancy of developed countries is longer than that of developing countries. Because developed countries have better health care and living environment than developed countries, and infectious diseases are well controlled, they have a long life span. Personal habits. If there are no bad habits and healthy eating and living habits, the life expectancy will be longer. Personal economic situation. The average life span of rich people is relatively long, because rich people have the financial ability to go to regular medical check-ups, they also have money to see a doctor when they are sick, and they have a relatively high level of education.
I collected an elderly man on Monday, 80 years old, but the brain is still very clear, when communicating with him, he said that his brain is not working now, a little brain atrophy. Another patient living in the same room is less than 70 years old. The patient’s son said: “You look really different from 80, you don’t say brain atrophy, no one thinks you have brain atrophy. Look at me old Daddy, this is the brain atrophy. “As he said, he pointed to his father who was unwilling to talk or move on the bed. We will find that many elderly people have brain atrophy. Brain atrophy is a kind of imaging manifestation, that is, through brain CT, we find that brain tissue has atrophy, which may or may not cause some symptoms. Many mild ones are just brain CT suggesting brain atrophy, but I do not have any discomfort, or any abnormal performance, and will not affect normal life. Brain atrophy is not dementia. Brain atrophy is not dementia. The severity of dementia is not proportional to brain atrophy. Brain atrophy is the phenomenon that brain CT finds that the volume of brain tissue is reduced, the number of cells is reduced, and the ventricle is enlarged. It is the imaging manifestation of many diseases. In Alzheimer’s disease, Alzheimer’s disease is a progressive and degenerative disease of the nervous system. Clinically, it is characterized by comprehensive dementia manifestations such as memory impairment, aphasia, apraxia, loss of recognition, impairment of visual skills, executive dysfunction, and personality and behavior changes, and the etiology is unknown to date. Causes of brain atrophy? As we age, it will be physiologically normal for our brain tissue to shrink to some extent, but when the brain atrophy appears early, too fast, and progresses rapidly, it may be caused by disease. In addition to age reasons, brain trauma, nervous system diseases, infections and other reasons lead to abnormal reduction of brain cells, which can also cause brain tissue to shrink. Genetics, long-term alcoholism, cerebrovascular accidents, vascular malformations, and frequent seizures also increase the risk of brain atrophy. Hypertension, hyperlipidemia, diabetes, coronary heart disease, infection, decreased immunity, smoking and alcohol abuse may all induce brain atrophy. What will happen to brain atrophy? Early brain atrophy may have no performance, and gradually memory loss, unresponsiveness, and cognitive decline may occur. As the brain atrophy continues to worsen, forgetfulness may occur, things may be lost, actions may be slow, words may be forgotten, and even home may be forgotten. Emotional fluctuations are large, anxiety, depression, suspiciousness, etc. appear. If brain atrophy occurs in the middle and late stages, severe forgetfulness, confusion, unstable walking, inability to dress on their own, inability to eat actively, incontinence, ignorance of family members, delusions, hallucinations, etc., complete paralysis of intelligence and physical ability, and life is completely Take care of yourself and need special care. Does brain atrophy affect lifespan? Brain atrophy itself will not have a serious impact on life span, but as brain atrophy increases, various complications will occur, and these complications will be life-threatening. For example, after brain atrophy, it is inconvenient to walk, and it is easy to fall. After a fracture, it will affect the life span. Severe fractures can cause lung infections, blood clots, and pulmonary embolism to cause death. Inability to move, such as long-term bed rest, unable to take the initiative to eat, the infection may follow. If the infection cannot be controlled in time, multiple organ failure may occur and eventually lead to death. Therefore, brain atrophy will indirectly lead to shortened life span, because everyone has different ages and different degrees of brain atrophy, so it is impossible to accurately assess how long a person’s brain atrophy can last. How to treat brain atrophy? There is currently no special effect method for brain atrophy, especially physiological brain atrophy, that is, the brain atrophy caused by aging, there is no special effect method. For brain atrophy caused by disease, the primary disease is treated first. Prevention of brain atrophy? We started to talk about cerebrovascular disease, which is the cause of brain atrophy. At the same time, hypertension, diabetes, hyperlipidemia, and arteriosclerosis are also induced by brain atrophy. Therefore, we must first live a healthy life, prevent the three highs, and prevent cerebrovascular disease. Adhering to exercise, regular work and rest, healthy eating, staying away from tobacco and alcohol are all conducive to preventing brain atrophy.
The normal heart rate of the human body is 60-100 beats / min. As long as it is within this range, the number of heartbeats is normal. There is a rumor in the folks that people with slow heartbeats live longer and people with fast heartbeats live shorter. This argument cannot be said without any reason, but it is too absolute. The relationship between heart rate and longevity has been reflected in mammals. For example, rats with a heart rate close to 200 beats per minute have an average life span of only about 1 year, while turtles with only 10 heartbeats have a life span of at least several decades to hundreds of years. However, species are different between humans and animals, and there is no comparability. There is indeed such a study between human heart rate and longevity. In a report in the Journal of the American Medical Association in 2018, the study investigated 15,680 patients and found that the rate of heart rate is closely related to the mortality of myocardial infarction and stroke. The article believes that the faster the heart beats, the damage to the vascular endothelium And the higher the risk of cardiovascular disease. Within certain limits, it can be said that people with slow heartbeats will live longer than people with fast heartbeats. Because people with fast heartbeats have increased myocardial oxygen consumption, which can easily cause myocardial fatigue. Like a machine, the wear and tear will be faster than people with slow heartbeats. The “life” is naturally relatively short. People who exercise for a long time tend to have a lower heart rate at rest, and many people have 50 to 60 beats / min or even lower. This is because people who exercise for a long period of time will have stronger cardiopulmonary function, increased myocardial contractility, increased myocardial capillary density, and enlarged ventricular cavity, which will allow the heart to eject more blood each time the heart beats, and the heart does not need to jump so fast It can meet the needs of whole body blood supply, resulting in a decrease in heart rate. It can be seen that in fact, the better the heart and lung function, the lower the quiet heart rate. Conversely, the worse the heart and lung function, the higher the quiet heart rate. In other words, heart rate is only an apparent indicator. To be precise, it is not the longer the life span of slow heartbeat, but the better the heart and lung function and the longer the life span. This is the essence of the problem. How to improve cardiopulmonary function, the first way is reasonable exercise. But it is too absolute to evaluate the life span from the heart rate alone. There are too many influencing factors of human lifespan. Living standards, environment, medical resources, etc. affect everyone’s lifespan. Personal living habits, eating habits, personality, mood, and family life also affect people’s lifespan. And heart rate is just one aspect of health. Everyone knows the “barrel theory”. How much water a barrel can hold depends on the shortest piece. The same is true for human health, even if the heart and lung function is good, but the liver is not good, or the kidneys are not good, the brain has problems, or there is a malignant tumor, the life expectancy will be greatly reduced. Therefore, no one should be complacent because of their slow heart rate, thinking that it must be longevity. The human body is a complex machine that requires good maintenance at ordinary times, and more regular inspections are required. If there are minor problems, they should be resolved in time and cannot be dragged into a big problem. In addition, slow heart rate is sometimes a morbid performance, it may be sinus syndrome or atrioventricular block, there is a risk of syncope or sudden death, need timely treatment or even install a pacemaker.
Among human facial features, what secrets of longevity are hidden? Chinese medicine pays more attention to the topic, and the four clinics are combined. Among them, visits are also important. By looking at a person’s facial features and nine tips in the inspection, you can know the severity of the person’s condition and the length of life of the person. So, how do we do it? By looking at the five senses, Chinese medicine can determine the person ’s innate physical endowment, and indirectly see the acquired emotions, thereby determining the length of the person ’s life. Although it cannot be accurate to a certain year, it can basically see whether the person is long or short-lived. . 1. “The heaven is full, the court is round” Longevity: This term is often used to describe a person’s blessing. The forehead is full, the distance between the two eyebrows is relatively small, the mandible of the face is more developed, and the chin will be slightly forward. If a person’s Yin Tang is bright, and his skin looks white and red, it means that the person has a good heart, lungs, blood and feet, and a long life. In addition, such a forehead is not only congenitally rich in thinking, but also contains acquired intelligence. Such people can learn acquired knowledge, interpret life perception, open-minded and can resolve emotions, so it belongs to the longevity of the forehead; on the contrary, the forehead is low Narrow and collapsed, the hairline is very low, such a person has a narrow mind, it is easy to unravel in case of trouble, and it will affect the health for a long time and short life. 2. Longevity for those who have white teeth and red lips: The teeth of people with longevity and health are particularly obvious, white, neat, and particularly strong. Chinese medicine said: the teeth of the kidney are also the standard bones. Elderly teeth explain that bone density is not loose, this kind of person’s body must be strong; good teeth indicate that the kidneys function well, and chewing food in full is also conducive to digestion and absorption, which is also a sign of longevity. Taiyi Zhao said in his nerves, “Those with strong teeth are longevity.” The teeth are neatly arranged, and they are firm and unshakable, so that people can live longer. 3. Long life of occipital bones: The occipital bone is located under the back of the head. Because it first contacts the pillow when sleeping, it is called the occipital bone. “Tai Yizhao nerve” wrote: “The occipital bone is not alone, the bones are uniform, the master is expensive and longevity”, that is to say, people with full occipital bone are more likely to live longer. From the perspective of the entire head, the square face and the top of the round head indicate that there is sufficient lung gas and the possibility of long life is higher. The occipital bone collapsed lack of intelligence, while congenital life is not long. 4. The long and thick eyebrows live long: the kidney is the main bone and the marrow is the main source. Among the external manifestations of the kidneys in the body, the hair is also outstanding. Eyebrows are also called “longevity officers”. A person’s eyebrows are straight, black, thick and long, and have a long lifespan. In traditional Chinese medicine: eyebrows and beards belong to the liver and kidney. Liver stores blood and kidneys store essence. Kidneys are the innate foundation of human beings. Therefore, those with strong eyebrows and beards must have strong liver and kidney functions. The complete compilation of the gods said, “The eyebrows are long, and the longevity is undoubted.” That is to say, people with long eyebrows and drooping eyebrows have a long life. 5. Long and thick ears: longevity: If a person’s ears are ruddy and thick and thick, it means that he has sufficient kidney energy and a healthier body. The ears of the long-lived elderly are all long and large. Chinese medicine believes that the kidney is open to the ear, the kidney is the innate foundation of the person, the kidney yang is the original yang of the body, and the kidney qi is sufficient. If there are two earlobe beads, the red or pink color is even better. If a person’s ear type is small, it means that his kidney qi is not enough, and he should pay special attention to kidney repair. & nbsp.6. Nose and longevity: The length of the nose is related to the life span. According to the science, the nose should be full and upright, the nose bridge should be straight, and the nose bone should not collapse. Taiyi Zhao said in his nerves that “the life of a person with an uplifted life”. Longevity refers to the middle of the nose. People with a long nose can live longer. People with short nose bridges are irritable and tend to be irritable and uneasy, so they affect their lifespan. 7. People who are upright and long live long: People are the intersection of the governor’s veins and Ren’s veins, and they are the junction of yin and yang. The yin is greater than the yang, so there is a flat ditch. Among the people, the image of the ditch is also. Only deep and long-term and supervised veins can run smoothly, which will benefit the body. The compendium of the gods said “Deep and elder, longevity”. This deep, straight and straight person can live longer. Since ancient times, our country has attached great importance to people, thinking that it represents a person ’s lifespan and can also reflect wealth and luck. The longevity of people is long, and the economic situation is also very proud. Most of the people of Shouxing and the rich are very long. Conversely, people with short and medium lives are relatively short-lived, with poor economic conditions, hard work all their lives, and poor family luck. 8. The proportion of facial features is balanced and longevity: people stop from the forehead to the eyebrow