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By Emily January     Feb 12, 2008 in Health
The National Health Service of England has new advice for people trying to lose weight. Instead of jogging or aerobics, workout with “sexercise.” Apparently, a romp in bed can lower the risk of heart attacks and helps people live longer.
The endorphins released during sex stimulate the immune system, which can also help reduce the risk of cancer and wrinkles.
Despite the interesting advice, health experts say these claims cannot be proven. Sex is definitely considered as having health benefits mentally, but to say that it can reduce heart disease is not scientifically accurate.
However, the NHS claims that its advice is backed by scientific evidence. Other related articles tout the benefits of sex on the abs and other muscles.
Such advice is fascinating, and I’m sure welcomed by many people. However, I think we’ll have to wait for some scientific evidence before making that a sole workout routine. For now, I’ll stick to jogging.
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