Affairs raise risk of heart attack

We all know that affairs can be risky business, but now there’s more of a reason to think hard before playing away.

According to research, the risk after ‘episodic’ sexual activity – the kind associated with affairs and one-night stands – is 2.7 times higher than those that have sex regularly.

Those who have sex more often reduce the risk of a heart attack – which means happily married couples could have the advantage.

However, Sex places no more stress on the heart than climbing a couple of flights of stairs, so people with or without heart disease need not avoid it!


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