Faithful to one partner prolongs the life of men
The Italian scientists researching longevity factor came to the conclusion that loyalty to one partner prolongs life.
Researchers led by Dr. Emmanuel Giannini from Florence University conducted a series of experiments and found that men who were sexually active, but remained faithful to its second half, suffer less from heart disease and lived longer on average.
Commenting on the study, which was attended by four thousand men, Dr. Giannini explained that if an active sex life in men produce more testosterone - the male hormone that reduces the risk of depression, and improves the cardiovascular system and generally improves the body's metabolism. Fidelity increases stress, protecting man from nervous breakdowns.