Amazingly, this result does not come from Britain

Sex is good for the heart because it reduces the levels of a harmful chemical in the blood, scientists believe – but the effect is only seen in men.

Having sex several times a week can cut lead to better circulation and healthier blood vessels in men, which researchers say is crucial for preventing a build-up of the chemical homocysteine.

But scientists say women benefit much less because sexual arousal is less dependent on having a healthy blood flow, which is a key factor in keeping homocysteine under control.

If it had we would just point out that it’s a result of lying back and thinking of England…..

Perhaps one of our readers has experience of Taiwan, where the result does come from, to see if there could be some similar explanation?

4 thoughts on “Amazingly, this result does not come from Britain”

  1. “Having sex several times a week can cut lead to better circulation and healthier”

    There was I thinking that having lead in your pencil was good for you.

  2. I have experience of Taiwan but regrettably not of Taiwanese discussions.

    I would add, on another matter you raise today, that wandering around Taipei on a summer’s day is less enjoyable than the same activity in Usti Nad Labem.

  3. Not Taiwan, but when wifey and I were in Hong Kong we had plenty of nookie, but once I’d immigrated her into the UK she more and more insisted on no sex.

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