A research found that women’s brain is more active than men’s brain.
The active image research of the brain was compared to 46034 brain photographs comparing the difference between men and women’s brain.
In the research, many parts of women’s brain were more active than men, especially prefectural cartaks, which can help induce acute and desire, and the part of the brain which includes mood and anxiety.
Participants involved 119 healthy vendors and 26683 different psychological cases included.
It is important to understand all these differences because mental illness effects men and women in a different way.