I can rest easy now knowing I’ll never have any heart related problems except for a broken one.Boobs do break hearts.So could people use the excuse when they get caught staring at random boobs that they were only exercising?
Frankfurt, Germany, December 6 — A rather bizarre study carried out by German researchers suggests that staring at women’s [..]s is good for men’s health and increases their life expectancy.
According to Dr. Karen Weatherby, a gerontologist and author of the study, gawking at women’s [..]s is a healthy practice, almost at par with an intense exercise regime, that prolongs the lifespan of a man by five years.
She added, “Just 10 minutes of staring at the charms of a well-endowed female, is roughly equivalent to a 30-minute aerobics work-out.”
A five-year research on 500 men
Researchers at three hospitals in Frankfurt, Germany did an in-depth analysis of 200 healthy males over a period of five years. Half the volunteers were instructed to ogle at the [..]s of women daily, while the rest were told to refrain from doing so.
At the close of the study, the researchers noted that the men who stared at the [..]s of females on a regular basis exhibited lower blood pressure, slower resting pulse rates and lesser episodes of coronary artery [a blood vessel that carries oxygenated blood away from the heart to the body.] disease.
secksual desire linked to better blood circulation
The researchers declared that secksual desire gives rise to better blood circulation that signifies an overall improved health.
Weatherby explained the concept stating, “secksual excitement gets the heart pumping and improves blood circulation. There’s no question: Gazing at [..]s makes men healthy.
“Our study indicates that engaging in this activity a few minutes daily cuts the risk of stroke and heart attack in half. We believe that by doing so consistently, the average man can extend his life four to five years.”
In addition, she also recommended that men over 40 should gaze at larger [..]s daily for 10 minutes.
The German research is believed to be published in the New England Journal of Medicine.