SEX NOT LIKELY TO TRIGGER HEART ATTACK FOR SURVIVORS: U.S. STUDY

Sep 22, 2015

By Jane Brown

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Surviving a heart attack should not have an impact on your sex life.

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A new study published in the Journal of the American College of Cardiology looked at more than 500 heart attack survivors over 10 years.

Researchers found no higher risk of a second cardiac event in people who had sex weekly compared with those who were celibate.

Researchers say sex is unlikely to be a trigger for a heart attack, since, in terms of exertion, it is comparable to climbing two staircases or taking a brisk walk

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