Anxiety Self Test

There are different kinds of diagnosable anxiety. Some are Generalized Anxiety Disorder (GAD), Anxiety Disorder Not Otherwise Specified (NOS), Adjustment Disorder with Anxiety and more.

  • Is it difficult to maintain your involvement in work, family or social activities without avoidance or dread?
  • Do you avoid certain situations because you are afraid or embarrassed to be judged by other people?
  • Do you suffer from excessive and/or unrealistic worry that is difficult to control, occurring more days than not for at least 6 months about a number of events or activities?
  • Do you continually think about negative situations or events in your current life or the past?
  • Are you experiencing motor tension (restlessness, tiredness, shakiness, muscle tension, etc.)?
  • Do you worry excessively about your job, school, relationship(s), health, or money?
  • Are you having panic attacks?
  • Is it hard to let go or forgive and forget?
  • Are you easily frightened, or surprised?
  • Do you have trouble falling asleep or staying asleep?
  • Are you using substances or OTC drugs to cause sleep?
  • Do you have a pessimistic, fearful view of the future?
  • Do you often think about how unsatisfied you are with your life?
  • Are you having autonomic hyperactivity (heart palpitations, shortness of breath, dry mouth, trouble swallowing, nauseas, diarrhea)?
  • Do you avoid certain situations, people or places that increase your anxiety?
  • Are you hypervigilant (feeling constantly on edge, experiencing concentration difficulties, having sleep problems, and/or exhibiting a general state of irritability)?
  • Is it hard to concentrate or make decisions?
  • Do you suffer from indigestion/ stomach problems?
  • Do you throw up when you are tense?
  • Are you afraid of crowds, being left alone, the dark, of strangers, or of traffic?
  • Do you have difficulty concentrating or remembering things?
  • Have you recently loss interest in activities you enjoyed in the past?
  • Do you often have nightmares?
  • Do you feel tense or extremely jumpy?
  • Do you occasionally feel that you are losing control?
If you answered yes to five or more items, please discuss this with your health care professional.

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