Chronic excessive sexual activity may result in high blood pressure, irregular cardio and hypertension. The patients are usually then prescribed medications that will eventually destroy proper hypothalamic-pituitary-adrenal-testicular functioning completely, thus keeping their system in a state of constant exhaustion.
Over-active sexual activity may lead to arterial inflammation, which will constrict the blood flow to and out of the heart, resulting in chest pains, difficult breathing, headaches, ear ringing, asthma, eye inflammation and even heart attack.
If it happens in/near the heart, one will experience irregular cardio output, or/and chest pain or tension. The fact is that sex-induced inflammation can happen anywhere in the body, including all the vital internal organs (heart, liver, prostate, bladders, kidneys, pancreas, lungs, and so on). It can also swell the toes or joints and cause body pains and cramps. Commonly observed sex-induced hypertension is a result of the narrowed or inflamed arteries in the brain. The sex-induced inflammation of airways may manifest in asthma-like symptoms.
An irregular heart output is also associated with weak nervous modulation of vagal, serotonin and GABA nervous system on the sympathetic nervous action on the heart. Excessive sex leads to weakened vagal, serotonin and GABA nervous functions for “fight-or-flight” responses and exhausted hypothalamus-pituitary-adrenal axis, which in turn leads to excessive inflammatory prostaglandin E2 production.