Drastic Sexual Activity Cause Increased Risk Of Heart Attacks

A group of researchers claim that one-night stand can increase the risk of suffering from a heart attack compared to those who don't have sex at all.

Researchers from Harvard School of Public Health discovered that rare sexual activities have increased risk of heart attack compared to those who regularly do it.

The research reviewed fourteen studies on heart attacks that were thoroughly examined at which they found the heart was under strenuous "drastic" or "sudden" physical activity which is something rarely done by any individual.

Like any other physical activity, occasional sex drastically increases heart rate and blood flow. As a result, sex can increase the risk of triggering heart attacks.

Those who practice occasional sex (rarely having sex) have three times higher risk of suffering from a heart attack.

However, scientists claim that those who are physically and sexually active have lower risks of suffering from heart attacks. This risk of suffering from a heart attack caused by a sudden increase in physical (sexual) activity decreases by up to 45 per cent for each additional time a person does regular exercise and practice sex regularly.

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