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How much liquid does the average man produce in a lifetime

The amount of liquid a person produces in a lifetime can vary widely depending on various factors, including age, health, diet, and individual physiology. However, I can provide a rough estimate based on certain bodily fluids that the average person produces throughout their life.

The average man produces in a lifetime 35,990 liters of urine (42.7%); 25,977 liters of saliva (30,8%); 16,236 liters of sweat (19,3%); 5,954 liters of tears (7,1%). and 81,5 liters of sperm (0,1%).

Below is a fascinating infographic created by shows how much liquid the average man produces in a lifetime.

With a human life expectancy of 75-80 years, these numbers would look as follows:

  • Saliva: On average, a person produces about 1 to 1.5 liters (approximately 34 to 51 fluid ounces) of saliva per day. Over a typical lifespan of around 75 to 80 years, this could add up to roughly 27,375 to 43,800 liters (about 7,233 to 11,569 gallons) of saliva.
  • Urine: An adult urinates about 1 to 2 liters (approximately 34 to 68 fluid ounces) of urine per day. Over a lifetime, this could amount to approximately 82,125 to 164,250 liters (about 21,660 to 43,350 gallons) of urine.
  • Tears: Tears are produced in smaller quantities compared to saliva and urine. On average, a person might produce around 0.5 to 1.2 liters (approximately 17 to 41 fluid ounces) of tears per year. Over a lifetime, this could add up to roughly 37.5 to 90 liters (about 9.9 to 23.8 gallons) of tears.
  • Sweat: The amount of sweat produced varies widely based on activity levels, environmental conditions, and personal factors. On average, a person might produce around 0.5 to 2 liters (approximately 17 to 68 fluid ounces) of sweat per day. Over a lifetime, this could amount to approximately 136,875 to 547,500 liters (about 36,125 to 144,492 gallons) of sweat.
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