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Woman nearly died from Sex

When reports reveal that people die from intense pleasure during $*x, they are always unbelievable though it's true. Sudden bursts of moderate to intense physical activity - such as jogging or engaging in $*xual activity significantly increase the risk of having a heart attack, especially in people who do not get regular exercise. Doctors have long known that physical activity can cause serious heart problems, but the new study helps to quantify that risk.

Too much of everything kills, this is something that people need to bear in mind. They also need to assess their habits for their habits could send them to an early grave.

A 45-year-old woman from USA nearly died from engaging in $*x. According to Daily Mail, the 45-year-old unidentified woman had a pop in her chest while engaging in this activity.

What began as an activity ended with a life threatening injury to the 45-year-old woman's main artery. American Journal of Case Reports says the doctors discovered a leak in her aorta - the largest artery carrying blood through the body. Her blood pressure was 220/140mmHg when she was admitted. Luckily, she was discharged after three days as her pressure had lowered.

Death can occur during $*x for a number of reasons, generally because of the physical strain of the activity. Although it has many beneficial physical and psychological effects, including reducing high blood pressure, improving the immune system and aiding better sleep, people sometimes die during or shortly after this activity. The risk of any sudden cardiac death is higher as people age.

Older men and women who engage in this activity once a week or more are at nearly twice the risk of heart attack and other cardiovascular issues like hypertension than those who are not as active. This implies that people need to stop engaging in this activity multiple times everyday because they might die.

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