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Anxiety Quiz
If you can identify with several of the following symptoms, and they will not go away, you may be suffering from an anxiety disorder.
 
Are you frequently tense, worried, on edge?
Do you experience feelings of apprehension or dread?
Do you often anticipate the worst?
Are you often fearful even though you know your fears are irrational?
Does your mind sometimes go blank?
Do you avoid activities because they cause you anxiety?
Do you have difficulty concentrating or remembering?
Do you believe something bad will happen if things aren’t done a certain way?
Do you have difficulty falling or staying asleep?
Do you suffer from physical symptoms such as dizziness, headaches, shortness of breath, upset stomach, fatigue or muscle tension, tremors and/or twitches, frequent urination, sweating, rapid heart rate?
Do you frequently watch for signs of danger?
Do you often feel irritable, restless, tense and/or jumpy?
Does your anxiety interfere with your work, school, or family responsibilities?