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Don't have sex, you'll live forever.

At least it'll seem like forever. :rolleyes:

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Of all heart attacks, around 6 per cent occur during sexual intercourse. Of these, 90 per cent happen during extramarital sex.
Don't have sex, you'll live forever.

At least it'll seem like forever. :lol:

These are very misleading statistics. What it does not tell you is that you are much more likely to have a long life if you have regular sex. One study of over 60-year-olds in Wales showed the most healthy option is to have sex at least once a day. There is an evolutionary reason for this. When you stop having sex the message given to your body that you are no longer able to procreate and it begins to get ready for death. Regular sex is especially good for your immune system. It is also good for your heart as it needs to beat very fast at least three times a week. In fact, sex is just as good for your heart as a two mile run. If you do it right, it is even more fun than running. :lol:

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