Cardiac Rehab Linked to Sexual Health Benefits
World Meeting on Sexual Medicine: Join us in Japan!
After a cardiac event, many patients undergo cardiac rehabilitation, which commonly includes exercise and education. Some programs include a psychological component as well.
Now, new research suggests that cardiac rehab could help with sexual function, too.
The paper, published last month in the Canadian Journal of Cardiology, was a review and meta-analysis of 14 studies on the topic.
Cardiac rehabilitation "was shown to have an equivocal or positive effect on [reported sexual activity outcomes],” the authors reported.
Click here to learn more about the study and the researchers' views on their findings.
We hope you'll join us next year for the 22nd World Meeting on Sexual Medicine, September 16 - 19, 2020 in Yokohama, Japan!
While the meeting is still over a year away, we are working hard to bring you an informative program. The meeting is jointly organized by the ISSM and the Asia Pacific Society for Sexual Medicine (APSSM).
We will update you with the latest developments as the time moves closer. You can also find out more at the meeting website.
In the meantime, check out the welcoming video here! You'll also find a short video introducing you to the exciting city of Yokohama.