Note: I am definitely no expert here – so that’s why I’m asking for advice on the issue (especially the following questions and related issues/attributes). Please read through the whole writing before responding to all of my questions/the issues (or at least the main one’s) – and thank you.
My question: Can the “silent killer” (high blood pressure) be caused/triggered by (too much) sex/masturbation?
o Does sex/masturbation increase the blood volume?
If not, then what are the effects of sex/masturbation (what role does it play)?
• Is (too much) sex/masturbation result in positive/negative consequences. What are they?
If so, is managing this blood volume through exercise the only control?
• Or can/should this also be assisted with reducing the blood volume through intended/unintended lose of blood (small/deep cuts, etc.), directly/indirectly giving/donating blood, etc.?
o Is this true:
The heart size is increased due to (high) blood volume. But when the blood volume is lowered to the average point – exercising at this time creates maximum performance in exercising: running, sports etc (along with increased red blood cells through cold temperatures, etc.).
o Could sex/masturbation actually be a cause/trigger of stress/anger management issues, (high) testosterone/pms, puberty (depth in voice, boost in muscle strength, pubes, lengthened genitals, different body odour etc.), and a whole lot of other bigger and smaller serious attachments alike and at different levels, etc.
o Am I onto something (big) here (I don’t know if someone else already has – hence I ask away in this writing).
Heart attack, etc. can be caused by:
o High blood pressure (“the silent killer”) which can be triggered by an unhealthy lifestyle:
(Too much) sex/masturbation (especially ejaculation) = high/increases the blood volume (increases the amount of blood supply so your heart has to pump around more blood).
High: sugar (diabetes), saturated/fat (blood cholesterol), salt intake (bad diet etc.)
Lack of exercise/obesity, etc.
Taking good/bad drugs, alcohol, smoking, and other bad habits, etc.
(Heart) diseases, illnesses etc.
Heart attack, etc. can be prevented/managed by:
Low sugar, fat, salt intake (moderation/diet etc.)
Exercise regularly, correct weight etc.
Reduce blood volume (lose/give/donate blood, etc.).
Not (or at least minimal/alternative): taking good/bad drugs, alcohol, smoking, and other bad habits, etc.
Seeing doctor, medicine etc.
I don't think sex of any sort increases blood "volume." It may redirect blood flow and even raise blood pressure momentarily but volume is something else. And I would never recommend "cutting" to reduce blood volume. Some people with high iron levels have to donate blood occasionally but that's something different.
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