Sex and Heart Disease

His Heart Couldn’t Handle It

4 years ago I did a show, “the NBA Penis Monologues” with basketball legends Kenny Andersen and Anthony Mason. 2 years ago, Anthony Mason died after surviving a heart attack. He was 48 years old.

February is Heart Health Month. Which is so appropriate because if you’re gonna enjoy V-day shenanigans, your heart’s gotta be healthy enough for sensual play. And since heart disease is the #1 killer of men and women in the U.S., I’m convinced that folks need some sexier motivation to keep up their heart health!

Which is why today’s show is all about Sex and Heart Disease. Did you know:

1) Satisfying sexual experiences are one way to keep you healthy after a heart attack.
2) Doctors have special tests to see if your heart is healthy enough for sex
3) Most doctors won’t bring up sex, so you have to know the right questions to ask

In Today’s Video

The #1 question among heart attack survivors is: “Can I have sex after a heart attack?” In today’s #sexscription, I answer this question because too many doctors don’t.

We all know someone who has had a heart attack and survivors need loving too!

Today’s show teaches survivors how to get their sex life back on track. Since most health professionals have a hard time talking about sex, be sure to share this video with nurses, doctors, and everyone else who works with heart attack and stroke survivors. And then do something really heartfelt: talk about this video with a loved one who has survived a heart attack or stroke.