A study has revealed that bisexual people are at higher risk of heart related diseases than heterosexual men. Let us know that being bisexual can prove to be very dangerous for heart health. Researchers reported that there is little information about the relationship of heart diseases to sexual orientation in men. Despite this fact, bisexual men have a higher risk of heart disease based on variable factors such as tobacco consumption and poor mental health.
A study has revealed that bisexual people are at higher risk of heart related diseases than heterosexual men.
Billy Caceres of New York University stated that our findings highlight the impact of sexual orientation on men’s heart health. It advises physicians and public health practitioners to examine them for reducing and preventing the risk of heart diseases in bisexual men. It has been reported that researchers have examined differences in heart disease and variable risk factors for screening. It tested 7,731 men with different sexual orientation, ranging in age from 20 to 59 years.