Guest post and infographic from Best Health Degrees! It is amazing, thank you!
Everyone is going to die sometime, of course, but you can reduce your chances of doing prematurely if you refrain from participating in the sport of base jumping. One out of every 60 people who indulge in this sport die when their parachutes don’t open properly. If you decide to take up racing in the Grand Prix as a hobby, your chances of dying during a race are one in 100. Hang gliding is another sport that those who aspire to longevity may want to avoid; one in 560 people die while enjoying this pastime.
Sports-minded individuals who don’t want to risk early death would be well-advised to take up computer sports. Only one in 100 million people expire while playing games on their personal computers. Another safe bet is old-fashioned table games. Running, jogging and swimming are fairly safe as well; only one per one million people die during this activity.
Source: Best Health Degrees
Posted by Emma Green on behalf of Best Health Degrees