How do you deal with stress and negativity? New research suggests women anticipate negative experiences differently to men, with heightened neural responses that affect the way we remember what happened, leading to greater risk of anxiety.
Can you lighten your mood? A new study carried out by Psychologist Brian Wiltgen and biologists Ignacio Provencio and Daniel Warthen of the University of Virginia indicates that light may play a vital role in regulating fear and anxiety.
Women who feel secure in their relationship have a better sex life, according to psychology experts. A study of 211 long-term couples in Spain also found women who are anxious or insecure experience ‘more conflict’ and enjoy intimacy less.
British women spend an average of a year and a half of their life worrying, with concerns about their weight in the top three stresses of life, according to a report. Researchers from the Everyman campaign surveyed 2000 Brits about their wellbeing.
Do you get frustrated on shopping trips and end up losing your temper? Similar to road rage, research reveals a whopping three quarters of female Brits suffer regularly from 'changing room rage' during what should be a relaxing trip to the shops.
Our love affair with the great outdoors seems to have fizzled out, as the average person confesses to spending a mere 17 minutes a day outside. That's just 301 days (or under one year) in a lifetime spent outdoors - or 25,249 days indoors (69 years).