Anxiety Test

Nov 18, 2014 | Anxiety, Blog

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Anxiety Test

This test can serve as a guide as to whether or not you have anxiety and how severe it is.

This does not substitute a proper diagnosis from your doctor so always speak to your doctor if you suspect you have anxiety.

Add up the points from each question and see how you score at the bottom.

 

Over the last 2 weeks, how often have you been bothered
by any of the following problems?

 

1) Feeling anxious, on edge or nervous? 

– No days (0 points)

– A few days (1 points)

– Greater than half the days ( 2 points)

– Almost everyday (3 points)

2) Had uncontrollable or unstoppable worries?

– No days (0 points)

– A few days (1 points)

– Greater than half the days ( 2 points)

– Almost everyday (3 points)

3) Worrying excessively about different sorts of things?

– No days (0 points)

– A few days (1 points)

– Greater than half the days ( 2 points)

– Almost everyday (3 points)

4) Have you had any trouble relaxing?

– No days (0 points)

– A few days (1 points)

– Greater than half the days ( 2 points)

– Almost everyday (3 points)

5) Being so restless that you have found it  hard to sit still?

– No days (0 points)

– A few days (1 points)

– Greater than half the days ( 2 points)

– Almost everyday (3 points)

6) Becoming annoyed easily or made irritable easily?

– No days (0 points)

– A few days (1 points)

– Greater than half the days ( 2 points)

– Almost everyday (3 points)

7) Feeling scared that something bad will happen?

– No days (0 points)

– A few days (1 points)

– Greater than half the days ( 2 points)

– Almost everyday (3 points)

Scores

0-4 – Low anxiety

5-9 – Mild anxiety

9-14 – Moderate anxiety

15-21 – Severe anxiety

If you scored between 5-21 please speak to you doctor to get a proper diagnosis.

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2 Comments

  1. susan george

    I also passed the test, thanks fo much it was a relief.

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