Study: men who have heart attacks during sex are more likely to be cheating

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While some may attribute these deaths to poetic justice, there are plenty of reasons why men are more likely to have fatal heart attacks while engaging in an affair. 1.) These men may not have been having sex with their wives regularly. 2.) Men who suffer from some form of impotence are more likely to have cardiovascular problems, and they are also more likely to cheat. 3.) Cheating inherently boosts your stress level 4.) These men were more likely to have eaten large meals or drank excessive amounts of alcohol before the physical affair. 5.) As many men with heart conditions have trouble having an orgasm, they may have overexerted themselves with their new partner in order to climax or maintain an erection.


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Study: men who have heart attacks during sex are more likely to be cheating

click to enlarge Study: men who have heart attacks during sex are more likely to be cheating - It's Complicated
It's Complicated
Study: men who have heart attacks during sex are more likely to be cheating
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A study by the American Heart Association found that men who suffer fatal heart attacks during sex are more likely to be having an affair at the time. Published in the journal Circulation, the study reviewed 6,000 autopsy reports of people who suffered fatal cardiac events. Less than 1% of these people died during sex. However, of this number, 9 out of 10 were men, and 75% of these men were having an affair.

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