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Wednesday, June 28, 2017

Enjoying regular sex 'can help prevent heart disease' - but there's bad news for women

Sex has been linked to the reduction in mens' homocysteine levels, a harmful chemical found in the blood which can trigger life-threatening cardiac problems

Research found having sex several times a week can slash levels of homocysteine in men, whereas women benefit far less from regular romps.

The harmful chemical is found in the blood and can trigger potentially life-threatening cardiac problems.

It's thought men getting regular sex often have better circulation and healthier blood vessels. This is crucial for preventing a build-up of homocysteine.

But scientists say women benefit much less because sexual arousal is less dependent on having a healthy blood flow, which is a key factor in keeping homocysteine under control.

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3 comments:

Anonymous said...

I prefer living it up while I can!
I will continue to have fun, beneficial to my heart or not.

Anonymous said...

I don't believe a word of it.

Anonymous said...

If this is true I'm a walking dead man.