The Female Brain

Human DNA is about 99 percent the same in women and men. Although the difference on a genetic scale is miniscule, it shows an infinite number of differences between the genders. The most significant difference is in the make-up of the smartest organ. The human brain is an immensely intricate system of cells, neurons, and wiring that controls every aspect of daily life. From one’s feelings on a day to day basis, to the physical movement of any body part, to the problem solving skills that make us human, the brain is what keeps one in harmony with their body cells. The differences between male and female brains cause the drastic variance in the way both live their lives. Louann Brizendine ...

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her desire to communicate and develop deep relationships with others from an early age. Men have a smaller amount and thus are more secluded and don’t form such intimate bonds with friends as well as women. Progesterone can reverse the effects of Estrogen, but can also cause a calm feeling. Testosterone is the cause of aggressiveness and libido. This fact that nen have twenty-five times more of this hormone explains why men are often more competitive, secluded, and have more carnal desires. Oxytocin is the feel good chemical and has the same effects on women as certain drugs would. It flows when women feel confident, accepted, and safe, keeping them the happy and productive person they are. These four chemicals, as well as many others, flood the brain for the first time in women before age two, at what is known as infantile puberty. They marinate the brain again at regular puberty, which girls reach about 3 years earlier than boys, and continue to change a woman’s daily reality, in ...

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