Women are much more likely to be diagnosed with anxiety disorders than men. Many women operate in a state of low-grade anxiety that may erupt into episodes of panic attacks, phobias, or anxiety disorders in the face of increased stress or biological changes -- like monthly periods, the birth of a child, or menopause. Many women function in a state of constant anxiety and may not even realize the level of stress or anxiety that they are experiencing until they are asked.
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