There must be some reason why a guy (or woman) embarks on a s£xual voyage and never returns. There are a variety of reasons why this occurs. As a general rule, it is induced by s£xual activity or underlying medical issues.
During s£x, there are two common causes of death, according to a study.
Addiction to Drugs
There are many people who succumb to this common habit, especially when they’re more concerned with their partner’s well-being than they are with their own needs. Although this can be risky, a large number of people take medicines to enhance their intercourse performance.
The use of illegal narcotics could result in the sudden death of a couple while having s£x. Some people take narcotic medicines and alcohol at the same time. Some people even combine booze and s£x enhancers. The usage of marijuana or cocaine by chronic drug users is not uncommon. Hypotension (low blood pressure) can lead to mortality when a nitrate-containing medicine is coupled with an s£x-enhancing substance. Drugs such as cocaine can also cause heart attacks, seizures and respiratory depression.
A drug’s most effective defence against addiction is just abstaining from using it in the first place.
The use of s£x-enhancement medicines should be avoided at all costs.
If you’re having trouble quitting drug misuse on your own, seek the assistance of a doctor, therapist, or other health care professional.
A heart attack.
Having a heart attack is another major cause of death that occurs suddenly while having a sexual relationship. A blood clot is the most common cause of a heart attack. Tissues that are deprived of blood eventually perish.
In general, men face a greater danger than women. People over the age of 45, women over the age of 55, those with diabetes, hypertension, and those who smoke or use illegal drugs are all at risk for heart disease.
If you want to lessen your chances of having a heart attack, try these tips.
Eat a diet low in saturated fat and cholesterol and high in fiber, maintain a healthy weight, and engage in regular exercise to lower your blood cholesterol. If your cholesterol is still high despite your best efforts, talk to your doctor about drugs that may help.
Maintaining a healthy weight and not smoking are the best ways to lower high blood pressure. If your blood pressure persists despite your efforts, speak with your doctor about your treatment choices.
Keep an eye on your blood sugar levels if you have diabetes. People with diabetes are more likely to suffer a heart attack than those who do not.