New Study Gives “I’m Coming Elizabeth” a Whole New Meaning
A new study in Belgium shows that vigorous sex is more likely to cause you to have a heart attack than doing cocaine. This gives Fred Sanford's famous line, "I'm coming Elizabeth," takes on a whole new meaning.
In the study, they ranked the top 10 factors that increase your risk of having a heart attack. The number one factor is traffic exposure . . . both from the stress and the air pollution you're exposed to. That increases your risk by 7.4%. Here's the full top 10:
#1.) Traffic exposure increases your risk of a heart attack by 7.4%
#2.) Physical exertion, increase of 6.2%
#3.) Alcohol, increase of 5%
#4.) Coffee, increase of 5%
#5.) General air pollution, increase of 4.8%
#6.) Negative emotions, increase of 3.9%
#7.) Anger, increase of 3.1%
#8.) Overeating, increase of 2.7%
#9.) POSITIVE emotions, an increase of 2.4%
#10.) Sexual activity, increase of 2.2%
#11.) Cocaine use, increase of 0.9%
#12.) Smoking marijuana, increase of 0.8%
#13.) Respiratory infections, increase of 0.6%.