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Sex, red wine and chocolate can save your life

If you want to have a heart like a bell and live to a good age without health and without a heart attack, have sex regularly, cultivate a relaxed relationship and occasionally treat yourself to a table of quality dark chocolate and a glass of red wine. According to experts, this is the best prevention of heart disease and other ailments.

People who live in a happy relationship are healthier because they usually take care of each other with their partner, live healthier, smoke less or do not consume excessive amounts of alcohol. They are also more physically active and have more social contacts. Most importantly, however, a happy and loving partnership improves resilience to the stress and anxiety of everyday life.

Sin to health

Dark chocolate and red wine, in turn, provide a large amount of valuable substances called flavonoids, which act as antioxidants in the body. Among other things, it also protects the cells of the circulatory system from aging and free radical damage.

“Both dark chocolate and red wine have been the focus of cardiologists for many years. And they’re so-called superfoods that work well on many levels,” said Dr. Julie Damp of Vanderbilt University in Nashville, Tennessee, who looks at their health effects.

At least twice a week

Making love regularly at least twice a week will significantly reduce the risk of cardiovascular disease compared to people who have sex, for example, only once a month and less often. This is the result of a study published in the American Journal of Cardiology.

In addition, regular sexual activity has other health benefits for men. For example, the British daily Telegraph points out that men who ejaculate (whether during sexual intercourse or masturbation) at least five times a week can significantly reduce their risk of developing prostate cancer.

In addition, sex in the winter at least twice a week improves immunity and reduces the risk of you being “overwhelmed” by the flu or other upper respiratory diseases.