As women, we spend most of our days caught up in our heads worried about things that we may or may not have control over.
A new survey finds the women spend an average of two and a half hours a day worrying, which translates to about a full month of worrying each year.
That’s much more than men, who worry just an hour and a half each day.
It’s normal to be worried about things now and then, but the amount of time women are worrying these days, leaves us a bit, well, worried.
Things they worry most about:
- What's going on in the world at the moment
- Not getting enough sleep
- Financial worries
- Putting on weight
- A relative or friend's bad health
- Getting older
- Family safety
- Your appearance
- Being late or running out of time to do something