We’re coming into the most dangerous time for sudden deaths of working people in Shanghai. According to Xinmin, the low atmospheric pressure and high humidity level of the damp spring weather will increase the number of sudden deaths of people from age 35 to 50. More than 70% of the patients will pass away before getting to the hospital.
Although sudden deaths happen in all professions, doctors have found that drivers, police, actors/actresses, and people who work in offices are the groups at most danger of suffering from the sudden deaths. Compared with the rest, male drivers especially have the highest death rate.
Surprisingly, young and middle-aged people tend to die more frequently of this “sudden death syndrome” than older people. According to a survey, people who are older than 85 have a 30% chance of living after suffering from “sudden death” than middle-aged people.
Our professionals have pointed us the right way to work and live through this damp spring weather. Don’t smoke. Drink properly, and most important of all, don’t pressure yourself too much whether for work or for life.