NEW YORK: Scientists have revealed a surprising benefit of the marital relationship in a new study. According to the Daily Star, scientists have found that people who perform marital duties at least once a week. The risk of premature death is reduced. Such people are less prone to cancer, heart disease, and other diseases which make them live longer than others.
Scientists at the University of Washington conducted experiments on 15,269 men and women with an average age of 39 years. Scientists examined their sexual habits and the likelihood of them contracting various diseases. After monitoring them for 11 years, the scientists found that about 72 percent of them were marital duties once a month and 36 percent once a week. During that time, 228 of the study participants died. Occurred Of those, 29 died of heart attacks and 62 of cancer.
The researchers found that those who had more marital duties have a lower risk of developing heart disease, cancer, and other diseases. Those who had sex at least once a week Their chances of dying prematurely were found to be 49% lower than those who had sex once a year. They had a 21% lower risk of dying from a heart attack, and a 69% lower risk of dying from cancer and a 48% lower risk of dying from other diseases.