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It’s not helpful that whispers have come down through the ages that Attila the Hun died consummating his marriage on his wedding night and, more recently, that former U. Vice President Nelson Rockefeller died of a fatal heart attack during a Manhattan rendezvous with a young aide.
To clarify matters, in 2012, the American Heart Association published a “Scientific Statement on Sexual Activity and Cardiovascular Disease.” It acknowledges that “sexual activity is associated with an increased risk of cardiovascular events,” but it quickly adds that “the absolute rate of events is miniscule because exposure to sexual activity is of short duration and constitutes a very small percentage of the total time at risk.” Specifically, the statement cited studies that have shown that: The statement includes the fascinating detail that among the autopsied subjects who did die from sudden death during coitus, “82 to 93 percent were men, and the majority (75 percent) were having extramarital sexual activity, in most cases with a younger partner in an unfamiliar setting and/or after excessive food and alcohol consumption.” Gavin counsels his heart patients with care.
Sex is a form of exercise, to be sure, and we all know exercise is good for the heart.
Canadian research into trysting among young, healthy couples determined that women burn 3.1 calories per minute during sex, and men burn 4.2 calories.
However, Gavin says, “These negative sexual side effects aren’t as common as people think.
For example, the actual incidence of erectile dysfunction in patients taking drugs for cardiovascular disease (CVD) is only about one percent, or 10 out of every 1,000 men.” According to Airley Fish, MD (right), another cardiologist at the CVI, communication between doctor and patient is the key. “We don’t want to scare patients or make them worry unnecessarily.
Then, if you still feel anxious, share your concerns with your partner.” Who knows?
That intimate little chat could be the start of something nice.
We’ve found that some people with SSA are able to develop healthy opposite gender attraction, while some don't succeed.
This is considered moderately intense activity, similar to ballroom dancing, walking or yard work.
Altogether, “That’s about 21 calories on average,” says Michael Gavin, MD, a cardiologist at Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center’s Cardio Vascular Institute, citing an article in the .
“In terms of aerobic exercise, it ranks pretty low.” A 2009 study showed that men who have sex infrequently (once a month or less) have a 45 percent increased risk of developing cardiovascular disease, compared with men who have sex at least twice a week.
The research was conducted in Massachusetts among 1,165 initially healthy men ages 40 to 70, and published in the .
“Our concern is that these patients will decide to stop taking their heart medications to make the symptoms go away.