Can You Actually Pass An Anxiety Screening Test?

Take our research-based Anxiety Screening Quiz to find out!

Jeff Boatman
Created By Jeff Boatman
On Mar 29, 2017

Pounding heart

Sweating

Trembling

Shortness of breath

Chest pain or discomfort

Nausea or abdominal distress

Feeling dizzy or unsteady

Fear of losing control or going crazy

Chills or hot flashes

I have a fear of dying

I persistently worry

I experience a feeling of choking

I am unable to relax

I have trouble falling asleep

I avoid situations due to anxiety

No Anxiety

No Anxiety

Your answers indicate that you are not presently suffering from anxiety. Nevertheless, this little degree of disquiet in your life may in fact be a sign of too little anxiety. You may be removed from yourself, others, or the environment. You can help yourself by making a determined effort to become reattached to significant others.
And remember, "“It sometimes takes a state of solitude to bring to mind the real power of companionship.”

A Little Anxiety

A Little Anxiety

Experiencing mild to little anxiety is perfectly normal. Tension is part of everyday life and is considered to have positive effects. Since at this level of anxiety, you are alert and your perception is enhanced, it can actually motivate, generate growth, augment creativity, and increase learning. At the same time, mild anxiety could be your body's way of telling you to pay closer attention to certain situations, events, or people in your surroundings.

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Moderate Anxiety

Moderate Anxiety

Moderate anxiety is considered a normal state, in which people are not able to pay attention to detail like usual, and the perceptual field is narrowed. In many cases, people who experience this level of anxiety do not realize that their body may be trying to tell them something. You could try to look for patterns in your behavior surrounding the circumstances under which you experience the symptoms you've described.

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― Horace

Severe Anxiety

Severe Anxiety

Is your life restricted by your fears? Are you having constant panic attacks? Do you always carry a feeling that something bad is about to happen, or that you’re about to lose everything? If you answered YES, than you may be suffering from severe anxiety. You should not take this as a diagnosis or recommendation, but your score indicates that your awareness of your surroundings is significantly narrowed. It might be beneficial for you to seek further diagnosis from a trained medical professional.

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