16. Sex Can Cause a Heart Attack
Having frequent sex has been associated with a healthy heart. In a recent study carried out and published in The American Journal of Cardiology, it was reported that men who had sex at least twice a week had a lower risk of developing heart disease than men who had sex only once a month.
The chance of sustaining a heart attack while having sex is exceptionally low. Even if your heart has problems, sex will not cause a heart attack. Having sex is no more physically exertive than walking up a flight of stairs.
15. Oysters and Chocolate Enhance Sex
Oysters do not enhance sex. Although they are loaded with zinc, which sperm requires for optimum health, there appears to be no other sexual benefit to consuming the slimy seafood dish.
Chocolate can lower your blood pressure and help your blood vessels function better, which may reduce the likelihood of erectile dysfunction, but the candy does not appear to increase your sexual desire.
14. Every Seven Seconds a Man Thinks About Sex
In a study published in the Journal of Sex Research, it was found that men think of sex about 18 times per day and women thought about sex an average of 10 times per day. Clearly, stating that men think about sex every seven seconds is a misnomer.