According to science, and collected in all these investigations, we already know the almost exact day and time of our death, and perhaps curiosity will prevail.
For some people it may not be good to know the exact day they will die, but luckily, absolutely no one can predict that day, unless we are very close to it or completely trust science.
Various studies have shown that certain days of the week are more deadly, even one day of the year in particular that happens the most. death than others.
Regarding the most likely day you will die, according to science, they first talk about the biological clock that, just as it makes us feel hungry and sleepy, can also influence the time of death. death.
According to research from Harvard Medical School published in 2012, The time when people are most likely to die is 11:00 in the morning.
In any case, research also shows that some people with one genotype usually die at a different time of the day, especially at 6:00 pm.
“There is even a circadian rhythm in death, so in the general population people tend to die, on average, in the morning hours. The average time is around 11 in the morning,” they said.
On the other hand, it can also be interesting that according to statistics from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, More deaths occur in the winter months.
Here it is shown that the months of January and December are the deadliest of the year, and then we must add the analysis made by Professor David Philips who analyzed 57 million death certificates between 1979 and 2004, pointing out that New Year’s Day is the deadliest.
When it comes to deaths due to cardiac arrest, December 25th seems to be the worst day of the year.
“The holidays are a busy and often stressful time for many of us. Routines are disrupted; we may eat and drink more and exercise less to relax,” he said.
“We also do not listen to our bodies or ignore the warning signs, thinking that it will wait until after the new year. All this contributes to increasing the risk of heart attack at this time of the year,” he explained.
On the day of the week you are most likely to die, an analysis of 39 million deaths between 1999 and 2004 it is known that Saturday is the deadliest day of the week.