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Biological Age Calculator: Check Your True Health Age

  • Published: 2014-03-30 (Rev. 2015-02-09) - Contact: Ian Langtree at Disabled World
  • Synopsis: Real age calculator provides longevity information and calculates your approximate health age or biological age as well as your estimated life expectancy.

Definition: Biological Age

A concept used loosely and with little objectivity to describe a shortfall between a population cohort average life expectancy and the perceived life expectancy of an individual of the same age. Biomarkers of aging are biomarkers that better predict functional capacity at a later age than chronological age. Stated another way, biomarkers of aging would give the true "biological age", which may be different from the chronological age.

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"Use the interactive biological age calculator below to estimate your health age and life expectancy based on your lifestyle factors."

Our calendar age is determined by the date we were born. Although we consider this chronological age to be our real age, we often overlook the fact that some people with a chronological age of 50 may be as fit as 30 year old's, yet others have a chronological age of 35, but in terms of their physical condition are 60 yrs old. To determine a person's true state of health, we must examine their biological age. Biological age is calculated on the basis of a person's physical and mental condition - and therefore expresses their true age.

Life Style Habits - The Key to Longevity:

"We are what we repeatedly do." - Aristotle. Establish good healthy behaviors and stick to them in order to make your biological age the same or younger than your actual calendar age.

Our real age calculator below calculates your approximate health age (biological age) and life expectancy. The lower your age results are then the better your health and lifestyle habits. You may also be interested in our Average Life Span Expectancy Chart by Country.

Note: The information you provide is completely private - No information is shared with Disabled World or anyone else.

Disclaimer: The calculator results may not be complete, accurate or suitable for your purposes, and it is not a substitute for professional medical advice. Calculation results assume you do not currently have any serious diseases known to shorten life. Consult with your MD for any questions you may have about your real age.

Cardio Factors
Your Cholesterol Level (Chart)

Blood pressure (Chart)

Do You Smoke (Quit!)

Family History

Your Body Fat Percentage (Chart)

Your Gender & Build

Your Stress Factor

Your Physical Activity Level

Medical Conditions
Medical Tests (blood pressure, glaucoma, diabetes)

Heart Problems

Lung Condition

Digestive System



Medical (Females Only)
Female Health care

Birth Control Pill

Personal Life

Your Race

Education Level

Sleep Habbits

Eating Habbits
General Diet

Eat Breakfast

Regular Meals

Alcohol Consumption

General Psychological
Happiness Level

Depression Levels

Anxiety & Panic Attacks

Meditation & Relaxation

Your Love Life

Work Satisfaction Level

Your Social Life

Safety Conscience
Amount of Driving

I Use a Seat Belt

Are You an Adventurer

Enter Your Age Below & Click Calculate
Your Results are Below
Typical Life Expectancy
Your Life Expectancy
Your Health Age
Itemized Scores in Yrs
Personal Life

Related Information:

  1. Your Biological Clock Alarm Clock Gene - Salk Institute - (Sep 30, 2011)
  2. When Will I Go Bald - Find Out with Our Hair Loss Calculator - Disabled World - (Dec 26, 2010)
  3. Why Do Women Live Longer than Men - Monash University - (Aug 02, 2012)
  4. Circadian Rhythms and Body Cycles - European College of Neuropsychopharmacology - (Sep 02, 2010)
  5. DNA Telomeres Predict Our Life Expectancy - Brigham Young University - (2015-02-09)


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