Longevity Tip ~ 3 Cheers for Frequent Sex

Seriously. Lie back and think about this one. A 1997 study of over 900 men aged 45-59 found that men who reported more frequent orgasms (at least twice a week) had a 50 percent lower risk of death from coronary heart disease than their less-frequently orgasming (less than once a month) counterparts. The researchers say the findings can’t exactly prove a causal relationship, but they did say there was “evidence of a dose-response relation across the groups.” Other studies have shown women who have more frequent orgasms during intercourse are more likely to live longer than those who don’t. Researchers say it could be because a happy and healthy sex life can contribute to a happy and healthy relationship, which in turn can have a positive effect on your health. 


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