Anxiety disorders diagnosed more often in women than men.
The most contaminated surface in a hotel room is the TV remote.
Love resides in the brain, not the heart.
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In regards to the anxiety atricle, I’ve heard the same thing in regards to depression. Some people believe that there actually is no difference in the prevalency, its just that the symptoms and reactions to those symptoms might be different between men and women. Interesting nonetheless.
I remember some years ago, there was an infamous Dateline episode where they took a black light over the surfaces of rooms in some of the nicest 5-star hotel rooms in the country. That episode was lampooned by comedy shows.
In regards to the first article, just because women are more diagnosed than men, doesn’t mean there is necessarily a higher prevalence of anxiety disorders in women. Women may, in fact, have a higher prevalence of anxiety disorders, but that can’t be determined from number of diagnoses.
It makes sense that TV remotes are dirty. Just about every guest touches the reote. The house cleaning staff never washes the remote because it might destroy it.
The article suggests women are more prone to worry about external factors than men. Maybe you could say that men are not in touch with their feelings (or anyone else’s feeling) and don’t care to be.
Actually, the emotion of love has similar side-effects to cocaine addiction. The neurotransmitters that fire as a result of emotions certainly have nothing to do with the heart.
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Its true that womens has more anxiety problem than mens.
The disorder occurs equally among both genders. One additional point to illuminate the cause of such an increased risk for women is gender-based violence, which is far less reported than the associated anxiety.
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