“Bedroom Secret” Reduces Post-Heart Attack Death by 35%!
If you’ve recently suffered a heart attack, you know how frightening it can be.
And not only during it, but also after.
You may find yourself feeling nervous or scared every time your heart beat quickens…
Whether that’s going up the stairs… or running after the grandkids…
Maybe you’re tempted even to slam the brakes on regular activities you used to do. Because – let’s face it — you just experienced this life or death event.
But it’s not time to suddenly begin living a sedentary lifestyle.
In fact, this bedroom secret is crucial for your heart health and can LOWER your risk of death post-heart attack by 35 percent.
Here’s what you need to know.
A new study, put out by the European Journal of Preventive Cardiology, found that returning to normal sexual activity is actually a sign of GOOD health.
What’s more? Those who return to a normal sexual life AFTER a heart attack are much healthier than those who don’t!
Specifically, they found that people who were sexually active in the six months after heart attack had a 35 percent lower risk of death during the study period.
(If you’ve just recently suffered a heart attack and are still looking for more ways to reduce your risk of post-heart attack mortality, then you’ll want to go here and read all about this incredible nutrient combo.)
See, in the old days, heart attack patients were told to rest and take it easy.
Never get excited, or angry, or, least of all, exercise.
Boy, were we wrong!
Modern science advises us just the opposite… you SHOULD start regularly exercising and get your blood pumping as soon as possible.
And that includes sex.
See, what happens between the sheets is a form of physical exercise.
(It’s worth noting that — while it’s common in movies to see people die during moments of passion – rest assured that it rarely happens in the real world.)
The study begs another question: if you have more intimate moments with your partner, are you likely to be healthier?
Well, sexuality and sexual activity are markers of wellbeing. It’s also a major part of a close and loving relationship – even as people age – even as you develop health conditions (like heart attacks, cancer…).
It’s not only a marker for a healthy relationship, but often a person’s own fitness as well.
So your “homework” is to try and spend more quality time with your partner… it’s good for you, good for your relationship, and good for your heart.
P.S. Maybe you’re not quite ready to jump back in the sheets yet – and who could blame you if you’ve just suffered a heart attack? Then you’ll want to read about a nutrient combo that can help prevent heart attack related death.
Written By Dr. Scott Olson
Nearly 25 years ago, failed mainstream medical treatments left Dr. Olson in constant pain – and his health in ruins. And that’s when he did something REVOLUTIONARY. He began his career in medicine – and dedicated his life to uncovering the true, underlying causes of disease.
Through his innovative medical practices in Tennessee and Colorado, Dr. Olson has helped cure countless seniors from across America of arthritis… heart disease… diabetes… and even cancer. All without risky prescription drugs or painful surgeries.
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