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Monday, July 2, 2018

Cheating Men Have Higher Chances of Dying From Heart Attacks


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A new study has shown that men who committed infidelity multiple times in the past have a higher chance of dying of a heart attack.

The study was first conducted in the University of Florence in Italy and further improvements of the study were conducted by Baylor College of Medicine. Interestingly, they also found out that some older men died while having an affair, they coined the term sudden coital death to describe the phenomenon.


The cardiologists observed that cheating causes a strain in one's cardiovascular health. The sudden realization of guilt and the side effect of thrill during affairs can increase oxygen demand and lead to higher blood pressure. All these factors can affect a man's heart health as he age.

It was also observed by researchers that cheating men are in fact more hedonistic than their faithful counterparts. Cheating is often correlated with excessive drinking, eating and smoking. All these factors contribute to the failing wellbeing of a man as he grows older.


Written by Kent McGrath, Lucis Philippines contributor.

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