The University of Chicago has recently coined a new kind of life expectancy—S.A.L.E. (Sexually Active Life Expectancy). At one point or another, you either lose the ability to have sex or don’t want to any longer. Basically, this figure represents how long your sex life will last.
Personally, I want my life expectancy and my sexually active life expectancy to be pretty much the same. As a matter of fact, passing away while having sex would be my preference.
So, the University of Chicago has given us some insight into how you can gain up to 7 MORE YEARS OF ACTIVE SEX LIFE. How? you ask. Just when you thought you knew all the reasons for living healthily.
“At age 55, men can expect another 15 years of sexual activity, but women that age should expect less than 11 years, according to a study by University of Chicago researchers published online March 10 by the British Medical Journal. Men in good or excellent health at 55 can add five to seven years to that number. Equally healthy women gain slightly less, three to six years.”
So, here’s to a healthier 2011!
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