According to the latest research by researchers, sexual infidelity can increase the risk of heart attack for people, and those who have sex with prostitutes should be careful about having a heart attack.
One belief that bothers heart patients the most and has been in the public eye for years is the link between sex and a heart attack. In Germany, for example, there is a story about this: King Frederick VIII of Denmark, in 1912, on his way back to Copenhagen from Nice in southern France, suddenly had a heart attack on his way back to a street in Hamburg, and John سپرد.
To this day, it is rumored that he spent some time in a brothel shortly before his death, and that his heart attack was the result of intense sexual intercourse that was apparently beyond the power of the 69-year-old man.
There is no doubt that sex affects the heart. Blood pressure and heart rate rise sharply during sexual intercourse, which can increase the risk of heart attack in humans.
But a new study in Germany shows that a person is very unlikely to have a heart attack while having sex or shortly afterwards.
Ten years of research
For the study, which was conducted at Ulm University, researchers looked at the medical records of 536 patients who had recently had a heart attack. Most of these patients were male.
Participants in this study had to answer questions about their sexuality in a form; Including how many times a week they had sex before a heart attack and when their last sexual intercourse went back.
Only three of the participants said they had suffered a heart attack while having sex. Eighty percent of those surveyed said it was more than 24 hours between their last sexual intercourse and a heart attack.
“Based on these results, it seems very unlikely that sexual activity plays a significant role in myocardial infarction,” said Dietrich Rothenbacher, head of the research group.
One of the important features of this study was the length of time that patients were monitored.
Researchers at the University of Ulm have been monitoring these patients for an average of ten years. During this time, 100 of these patients have had another heart attack, which researchers say was not related to the number of times they had sex before having a heart attack.
In a report published in the Journal of the American College of Cardiology, the researchers wrote that as soon as a patient with a heart attack stabilizes, a person can be sexually active.
Scientific research shows that regular sexual intercourse can increase quality of life, reduce stress and prevent depression.
According to the German Heart Association, the pressure that the heart suffers during sexual intercourse is no more than the pressure that the heart exerts during a brisk walk.
No sex, why betrayal
However, old research has shown that “infidelity” is far more dangerous to a patient’s heart than sex. A study at the University of Frankfurt analyzed 60 deaths of people who died while having sex. Fifty-six of these were men, with an average age of 59 who had died of a heart attack.
More than half of these people had a heart attack while having an affair with a lover or a prostitute. Only one in four men had a heart attack and died while having sex with their spouse.
Another study in the UK had similar results.
Doctors recommend that patients with heart problems who are worried about pressure on their heart be able to see what activities they are allowed to do by consulting an expert and having an ergometer (stationary bike) test.