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Written by SOT.COM.AL 11 Maj 2023
Have you ever thought about a 'maximum limit' for human life?
The average life expectancy of people may soon reach over a century, according to a recent study scientists have concluded that the maximum limit of life expectancy is 120 years.
A recent study predicts that the body can recover from stressful events for a maximum of 150 years, thus setting a "limit" for human lifespan.
Although it sounds strange, it must be said that there is already a discovery, according to which people in the future can live up to 120 years and more.
However, researchers believe that this limit can be exceeded, since for years all over the world there has been a search for a "source of youth" and a way to slow down or even stop aging.
But if the study's data turns out to be correct, all these efforts will stop by the year 150, no matter how effective the face transplant or blood transfusion procedures may be.
As scientists have stated that unless it targets the loss of regenerative abilities, any type of medical intervention is destined to fail.
Maximum human life expectancy, based on this trend, the researchers predict a complete loss of elasticity between the ages of 120 and 150, which means, they suggest, that no one will be able to live longer.
Researchers believe that the fact that the maximum human life expectancy is not increasing at the same rate as the average life expectancy indicates that something inherent in our biology is at play.
We recall that the world's oldest recorded person who ever lived, Jean Louise Calment, died at the age of 122 in 1997.