Women heart risk and sex

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Sex offers more than a feeling of intimacy or pleasure — it also offers incredible health benefits. Besides the emotional aspects and feelings of well being, it can be good for your heart, relieve pain and help you sleep restfully. Thacker, MD. Cleveland Clinic is a non-profit academic medical center. Advertising on our site helps support our mission.
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Sex and Heart Disease

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Heart disease in women: Understand symptoms and risk factors - Mayo Clinic

Women have been greatly under-represented in medical research related to cardiovascular disease, which has had an impact on the diagnosis, treatment and prevention of cardiovascular disease in women. It is only recently that cardiovascular disease has been recognized as a leading cause of death among women and that the symptoms, experiences and treatment needs that are unique to women have been identified. Women tend to develop heart disease later in life because they are often though not always protected by high levels of estrogen until after menopause. Men's risk of developing heart disease increases in their 40s. A woman's risk of heart disease becomes similar to a man's risk about 10 years after menopause. Women experience more silent heart attacks than men. That is, a woman may not know she has had a heart attack.
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Sex and your heart

Cardiovascular disease may change many aspects of your life, but sexual intimacy does not have to suffer as a result. Thanks to early screening, lifesaving interventions, and sophisticated pharmacology, millions of people live full, active lives after a heart disease diagnosis. That can include sex.
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Cardiovascular disease develops 7 to 10 years later in women than in men and is still the major cause of death in women. The under-recognition of heart disease and differences in clinical presentation in women lead to less aggressive treatment strategies and a lower representation of women in clinical trials. Furthermore, self-awareness in women and identification of their cardiovascular risk factors needs more attention, which should result in a better prevention of cardiovascular events. In this review we summarise the major issues that are important in the diagnosis and treatment of coronary heart disease in women. Neth Heart J ; 18 —
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