Thu. Feb 9th, 2023

Report on the state of health of Poles. What we die from? How long we live?

What is the state of health of the Poleów? This is the 17th time that the National Institute of Public Health – National Institute of Hygiene (NIZP-PZH) has prepared a report on the health of Polesów. Document "The health situation of the Polish population and its determinants" was presented at a press conference in Warsaw.

Every year, 395,000 deaths are recorded in Polandów. This translates into 1,080 deathsów daily. What are their causes? 45 percent. of these are cases associated with cardiovascular disease. In 25 percent. casesów cause are cancers. 7 percent. is poisoning and injuries. The deaths of the rest are from other causes. These data were presented by Professor Miroslaw Wysocki, head of the N. He added that a growing problem is Alzheimer’s disease, diabetes and obesity.

The report also took into account the life expectancy of the statistical Kowalski. Life expectancy of a Poleów has been increasing since the 1990s. Men in Poland live an average of 73.8 years. That’s four years less than the European average. Women are enjoying life longer, as the average life expectancy of a woman in Poland is 81.6 years. That’s 1.4 years less than women in Europe.

On the Old Continent, Swedes live the longest, któers reach an average age of 80.6. NajkróLithuanians live longer, at just 69.2 years. Amongód women in Europe the longest life expectancy for Spanish women is 86 years. MostóBulgarian women enjoy the most life. The average in that country is 78.7 years.

Interestingly, life expectancy depends on róof important factorsóin the environment, but also from education. Higher educated Poles live about 12 years longer than others. Amongód women were recorded 5 years ró┬┐rents when it comes to education and life expectancy.

Such a trend is observed throughout the EU. Greater knowledge of educated people about health and health-seeking behavior is responsible for this. The better educated also use the health care system more effectively. Add róAlso, that greater awareness of health risks among theód of more educated people translates into significantly more frequent prevention of.