It has been reported that Kendall Jenner said, “100% feels anxiety” after a brain scan revealed the results.
The 26-year-old model opened up to her older sister Khloe Kardashian about the results of a brain scan she had recently had in a preview for Thursday’s episode of The Kardashians.
Jenner explained how the scanning process went and shared the insights she gained about her mental health as a result of the examination.
“Basically the doctor scans your brain and he tells you like he sees where it’s like firing,” she said. That’s exactly what he said: ‘You definitely have anxiety. That’s because I can picture it clearly in your mind. Wow, that’s fascinating!
The reality star then urged her sister to get a brain scan, and Jenner said she was curious about the results.
It’s something I believe you’d enjoy,” Jenner remarked. As a matter of fact, I can’t wait to examine your thought process.
Model Maralee Nichols said to Good American founder Sophia Amoruso, “I’m actually so interested to see how your brain looks, especially after everything that’s just happened with Tristan Thompson.” Amoruso’s ex, Tristan Thompson, was recently exposed as having cheated on Amoruso and fathered a child with Amoruso’s personal trainer, and the two were involved in a public custody battle.
Kardashian also confirmed during last week’s episode of The Kardashians that she had had an embryo transfer immediately before news surfaced about the basketball player’s paternity problem. The couple, who previously shared a daughter named True who is now 4 years old, welcomed a son in July.
Both Kardashian and Jenner have shown interest in seeing the findings of their siblings’ brain scans, which will be included in the forthcoming episode.
Jenner stated, “I’m interested to see everyone’s brains.” I’m only going to go after one member of the family at a time. Just think of all the bulls*** Kim Kardashian has to endure on a regular basis. I think it would be fascinating to examine her noggin. Since I’m positive that the atmosphere within is one of complete and utter overload.
Kourtney Kardashian’s mind, Jenner joked, merely shows clouds and little birds fluttering about. Kourtney Kardashian agreed with the remark and joked that her older sister’s thoughts would be primarily focused on her husband, Travis Barker.
The model continued, “It’s really interesting to take two sisters and be like: ‘What commonalities do you guys have that might be handed down,'” indicating that further insights into their family could be gained through brain scans.
PET positron emission tomography scans have been used to diagnose mental diseases like depression, as its findings “may compare brain activity during periods of depression with normal brain activity,” as stated by the Mayo Clinic.
In addition, a 2009 study from the Stanford University School of Medicine found that persons with GAD have distinctive brain scan patterns.
Anxiety is not something Jenner has been shy about discussing. The inventor of 818 Tequila told Vogue last month that she “winds down in the nights” to cope with her anxiousness.
When asked how she unwinds, she said, “I normally sip tea and read a book or write in my journal.” Anxiety is something I’ve dealt with for a long time, and it has its good and bad days. It’s important for me to take 15 minutes to meditate before bed to calm my mind and prepare for a restful night’s sleep.
After responding to those who believe that her “luxury” makes it impossible for her to experience mental health issues, Kendall Jenner revealed the bedtime ritual that she uses to manage her anxiety.
There will be others who say, “Oh, okay, what does she have to worry about?” What does she have to be anxious about?'” she asked in a May 2021 episode of a Vogue video series. Don’t ever hear me complain about how lucky I am. I’m very aware of the fact that my life is incredibly comfortable and luxurious.
The supermodel continued, “I still have one of these,” indicating her head. And, you know, that thing in the sky isn’t always beaming with joy and making connections.
She went on to say that material possession was irrelevant to whether or not a person possessed “real life sensations and emotions.”