As far as being a danger to yourself is concerned, however, the islands of the Caribbean tend to have the lowest suicide rates.
With Saint Vincent and the Grenadines, the Bahamas, Jamaica, Grenada, Barbados,and especially Antigua and Barbuda having the lowest in the world.
If dying from disease is what you're most terrified by however,then you should know that these 10 countries are,where you're odds of death from a non-communicable disease are the lowest.
The Global Peace Index ranks every country in the world, every year,from least safe, to most safe.
And this year in 2017,they' ve awarded the title of the safest country on Earth to none other than Iceland.
You may have noticed that Iceland has absolutely excelled in nearly all of these categories.
Since it placed in the Top 10 for lowest risk of dying from a non-communicable disease,the happiest countries in the world, lowest risk of being a natural disaster victim,lowest amount of air pollution, highest life-expectancy, freedom of the press and overall safest countries in the world.
In addition, Iceland has had a total of one person killed in any military conflicts in the last nearly 500 years!
And it was during an argument over fishing rights with the United Kingdom in the 1970s.
Police violence is also incredibly rare,since Ieelandic police have only ever claimed the life of one person in the entire country's modern history.
So the case is very strong for Iceland, being the safest place to live out your life in the entire world.
But other places that scored highly in all of these categories that would make for a good secondary alternative safe place,are Switzerland, Denmark, Norway, Sweden,Finland, Spain, Monaco,Austria,Singapore,Brunei, Japan, Australia, NewZealand and Canada.
But if you're like me,then the safest place you'll look forward to going to every night is your own bed.