Age can be described in at least three different ways.
There is the traditional and well-known chronological age. This is the age as stated on your birth certificate and details the day of the month and year in which you were born.
Then there is the Real or biological age. This recognizes how well your biological organs are working. In short, this number reflects how your body feels internally. If you are in great shape your real age may be lower than your chronological age and you may be performing better than is normal for someone of your chronological age.
Thirdly, there is what I call psychological age. This can be described as the age you tell yourself you are. With eternal optimism you can surpass even your biological age in performance. With a negative outlook, on the other hand, you can look and perform worse than your chronological age.
Below we calculate the standard or chronological measurement of your age.
Calculate your age showing the years, months, days, hours, minutes and seconds, provided you know the hour, month and year of your birth.
Age is also translated individually into total months, weeks, days, hours, minutes and seconds.