Your cheating heart might kill you.
A new report finds that married men having affairs are at an increased risk of dying suddenly during sex. The American Heart Association study determined that being with younger women in unfamiliar settings adds to the stress on the cheaters’ tickers.
And 93% of those cases were thought to be during extra-marital sex.
One way to lower your risk? Be faithful. The study revealed that men who have mild heart attacks could safely resume sex a week later, so long as it’s not outside of wedlock.
Levine said the report should show doctors and patients that discussing sex is important, even if it’s uncomfortable.
“Without being sarcastic, I really can state that I have not had a patient who asked me about the cardiac risks of an extramarital affair,” Levine said.
Story @ NYDailyNews