Rabindra Dhungel, 30 august 2020. Women’s brains tend to be more active than men’s, especially in the areas of concentration, mood control, emotion and stress. According to a study, this fact has been discovered. The study included imaging of 46,034 brains. In which women’s brain was found to be more active in some areas than men’s.
Daniel G. Amen, founder and author of Amen Clinics in the United States, says that brain activity is also found to be different on the basis of gender. In an article published in the Journal of Alzheimer’s Disease, he said, “We have identified differences between men and women that can be linked to gender-related disorders such as Alzheimer’s disease.”
Studies have shown that women’s brains are more active than men’s, especially in the areas of mood control, meditation, emotion, emotion and stress. While the male brain was found to be more active in the visual and coordination centers of the brain. Spect (single photo-emission computed tomography) can measure blood flow to the brain. The study included 119 healthy people, 26,683 patients suffering from stroke, bipolar disorder, mood disorder, schizophrenia and psychosis. A total of 128 brain areas were analyzed while working on concentration for these subjects.
It is important to know the differences found in this study. Because brain disorders affect men and women differently, women have significantly higher rates of Alzheimer’s disease, depression, and stress disorders, while men have higher rates of ADHD and behavioral problems. The study also found that increased blood flow to the prefrontal cortex of a woman’s brain led to more anxiety, depression, insomnia, and eating disorders.
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