Want to fight Cardiovascular Disease? Have More Sex

Jan 22nd, 2010 | By | Category: Impotence News

Researchers in the American Journal of Cardiology have recently published a new study shows that men who have sex at least twice a week experience significantly less cardiovascular disease later in life.

On the flip side, men who are having less sex are at a much higher risk for cardiovascular disease.

While most studies have looked for correlations between Erectile Dysfunction and Cardiovascular disease, this study is done independently of those with Erectile Dysfunction, looking mainly at the frequency of sex that men are having and the frequency risk of cardiovascular disease.

The study of 1,165 men in their 50’s were followed for 16 years.  When the study began, about 213 of these men had the symptoms of Erectile Dysfunction.

The Results:  The less sex you have, the more at risk you are of cardiovascular disease.  Men who were having sex less than once a month had a 45% increased risk of cardiovascular disease than those who with sexual activity 2-3 times per week.  The study took into account other variables like aging and ED.  Other factors may include the fact that regular sex improves stress reduction, and sex with a regular partner provides social support

Overall the study showed that sexual activity – regardless of ED status – can be useful in determining the risk of Cardiovascular disease.

And, having a healthy cardiovascular system can mean less issues with impotence.  So, if you want to help your heart and your ED, get busy having more  sex.

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