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82. Women, anxiety & the brain w/ Dr Sarah McKay, Founder of Think Brain & the Neuroscience Academy

Season 1, Ep. 82

Why are we as women almost twice as likely to be diagnosed with an anxiety disorder over our lifetime than men? Why do only 1 in 10 French women experience PMT compared with 5 in 10 Australians and 9 in 10 Iranian women? Is baby brain a thing and how exactly do our hormones impact our mental and emotional health? Dr Sarah McKay answers all of these questions and more in this revealing episode of ‘Well, hello anxiety’.


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