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Women were nearly twice as likely as men to have an anxiety disorder (9 percent). And as many as 10 percent of men and women under 35 had an anxiety disorder, the researchers found. It’s not known. Women were nearly twice as likely as men to have an anxiety disorder (9 percent).

And as many as 10 percent of men and women under 35 had an anxiety disorder, the researchers found. It’s not known why women seem more prone to anxiety, but it could be differences in brain chemistry between the two genders, Remes suggested. Women were nearly twice as likely as men to have an anxiety disorder (9 percent). And as many as 10 percent of men and women under 35 had an anxiety disorder, the researchers found.

It’s not known why women seem more prone to anxiety, but it could be differences in brain chemistry between the two genders, Remes suggested. Women twice as ly as men to experience anxiety, research finds Women are nearly twice as ly to experience anxiety as men, and people of both sexes under 35 are more ly to be affected than older people, according research that combined evidence from 48 previous reviews. Women More Prone to Anxiety Than Men, Review Finds.

Women More Prone to Anxiety Than Men, Review Finds Posted: June 6, 2016. Health Day Tags: In the News. Women were nearly twice as likely as men to have an anxiety disorder (9 percent). And as many as 10 percent of men and women under 35 had an anxiety disorder, the researchers found. It’s not known. A new Cambridge study revealed that women are twice more likely to suffer from anxiety disorders than men.

More Anxious Than Men, Study Finds. women may also be more prone to anxiety. Women and young adults are more prone to anxiety disorders, finds new study Women as well as young adults are twice as likely to experience anxiety as men, a new study says. Study Finds Sex Differences in Mental Illness. Men more likely to develop substance abuse, antisocial problems; women more likely to develop anxiety, depression. CITE THIS.

WASHINGTON—When it comes to mental illness, the sexes are different: Women are more likely to be diagnosed with anxiety or depression, while men tend toward substance abuse or antisocial. The survey found that young women aged 16 to 24 were particularly vulnerable to mental health problems and were by far the largest group to report symptoms. In 2014 symptoms were about three times more common in women of that age (26%) than men (9.1%).

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Somewhat controversially, women are more likely than men to be prescribed drugs for their anxiety.

“Abnormal Psychology: Contrasting Perspectives” by Jonathan D. Raskin
from Abnormal Psychology: Contrasting Perspectives
by Jonathan D. Raskin
Macmillan International Higher Education, 2018

The finding that women are more likely to have a diagnosis of GAD than men is consistent with the findings obtained for many other anxiety disorders.

“Cognitive-behavioral Treatment for Generalized Anxiety Disorder: From Science to Practice” by Michel Joseph Dugas, Melisa Robichaud
from Cognitive-behavioral Treatment for Generalized Anxiety Disorder: From Science to Practice
by Michel Joseph Dugas, Melisa Robichaud
Routledge, 2007

Women are 85 per cent more likely to develop all forms of anxiety disorders than men (Ginsberg, 2004).

“Handbook of Music and Emotion: Theory, Research, Applications” by Professor Patrik N. Juslin, Patrik N. Juslin, John A. Sloboda, Professor John Sloboda
from Handbook of Music and Emotion: Theory, Research, Applications
by Professor Patrik N. Juslin, Patrik N. Juslin, et. al.
OUP Oxford, 2010

Women in these studies exhibit greater anxiety sensitivity and expect that panic is more likely to occur more than men do.

“Encyclopedia of Women and Gender, Two-Volume Set: Sex Similarities and Differences and the Impact of Society on Gender” by Judith Worell
from Encyclopedia of Women and Gender, Two-Volume Set: Sex Similarities and Differences and the Impact of Society on Gender
by Judith Worell
Elsevier Science, 2001

In summary, there is consistent evidence that women have higher rates of anxiety disorders and symptoms than men across the lifespan.

“Women and Health” by Marlene B. Goldman, Rebecca Troisi, Kathryn M. Rexrode
from Women and Health
by Marlene B. Goldman, Rebecca Troisi, Kathryn M. Rexrode
Elsevier Science, 2012

One wonders if the findings from these two studies are due to people being more concerned that challenging experiences will cause women stress or that negative feedback will be more upsetting to women.

“Psychology of Gender: Fifth Edition” by Vicki S. Helgeson
from Psychology of Gender: Fifth Edition
by Vicki S. Helgeson
Taylor & Francis, 2016

The findings with respect to gender differences in anxiety sensitivity and its heritability in women but not men may account for the fact that more women suffer from anxiety disorders than men.

“The Psychology of Music Performance Anxiety” by Dianna Kenny
from The Psychology of Music Performance Anxiety
by Dianna Kenny
OUP Oxford, 2011

Women are more vulnerable to anxiety disordersthan are men, with several studies documenting a 2 to 1 gender ratio (Baxter, Scott, et al., 2013).

“Abnormal Psychology: The Science and Treatment of Psychological Disorders” by Ann M. Kring, Sheri L. Johnson
from Abnormal Psychology: The Science and Treatment of Psychological Disorders
by Ann M. Kring, Sheri L. Johnson
Wiley, 2018

Women with panic disorder report more individual panic-related symptoms and a greater level of phobic avoidance than men (Pigott, 2002).

“Women's Health Care in Advanced Practice Nursing” by Catherine Ingram Fogel, PhD, RNC, FAAN, Nancy Fugate Woods, PhD, RN, FAAN
from Women’s Health Care in Advanced Practice Nursing
by Catherine Ingram Fogel, PhD, RNC, FAAN, Nancy Fugate Woods, PhD, RN, FAAN
Springer Publishing Company, 2008

These findings would suggest that more attention be paid to female respondents who will report more anxious symptoms.

“Diagnostic Interviewing” by Daniel L. Segal, Michel Hersen
from Diagnostic Interviewing
by Daniel L. Segal, Michel Hersen
Springer US, 2009

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  • I didn’t date for two years and I was happy. I thought I had found one that was completely different and started dating her. It took three months before I discovered that I was wrong… again. She has two children that she has randomly, but when she does have them, I’m completely on the back burner. If she texts me and I don’t get back to her within an hour, I’m an asshole. If I text her and she takes all day to get back to me, it’s okay because she was busy. She denies me sex because of her kids, headaches, her work, the phase of the fucking moon, etc… and that’s fine. So, one night she wanted sex bad and I told her that I didn’t feel like it. She flipped out, calling me a vindictive asshole. Yeah, I’m done… for good, this time. All women are mentally ill…. period. Now that I don’t want any attention from her at all, she’s flipping out. It’s like deja vú all over again.

  • Oh no!! Must be all the cat-calling from men that triggered your anxiety right bimbo?? And for the love of God, please learn pronunciations, your job is to talk in front of the cameraone of the requirements is to learn how to say words correctly, or is that due to anxiety aswel?

  • hannah: women are strong and equal to men.
    also hannah: women are fragile creatures more prone to anxiety.
    pick one

    also “according to science”, cause science is important you know.
    but when “according to science” the wage gap is horseshit, then that obviously can’t be true. a bunch of sexist propaganda amirite lol.

  • Didn’t people try to say te men and women’s brains work differently and then the were called sexist? I knew there was no way we are exactly the same. Otherwise women wouldn’t stay helpless. They all want to be kickass but so many of you are so passive that it’s just not going to happen. No matter what the law is there will always be a reason for you to be scared and you won’t do anything about it.

  • At least women aren’t bashed and told to man up if we have anxiety or depression. I mean women have way more resources than men when it comes to any kind of help. Btw women are usually the ones telling men to man up

  • Anybody notice how this channel has over 1.3m subscribers yet only get at best a few thousand views on every video and most of them have more dislikes then likes????? and how a lot of these videos pretty much put down straight men and sort of call them the cause of everything that is wrong with the world and that women have so many more needs and are so much worse off than men?? or is that just me?