Coping With Stress

Anxiety Tests

Anxiety and stress are a part of our life and almost everybody suffers from some form sort of anxiety or the other at least once in their life. Little bit of anxiety is good for you as it prepares you to face any tense or unforeseen situations bravely and constructively. A constant feeling of anxiety and depression hampers your positive attitude and prevents you from enjoying life to the fullest.

There are about seven types of anxiety These types are generalized anxiety disorder, agoraphobia, social phobia, obsessive compulsive disorder, post-traumatic stress disorder, panic disorder and specific phobias. There may be certain overlapping and similar symptoms, but the causes of these types of anxiety disorder are different.

Almost 40 million Americans are known to suffer from anxiety disorder each year. Anxiety tests will help you to find out how much anxiety is interfering with your normal living and how much worry and depression are preventing you from enjoying your life. These tests will help you to recognize if you are suffering from an anxiety disorder.

Anxiety tests will help you decide how anxiety disorder is affecting the normal functioning of your life,

There are different types of anxiety tests that you can take. These tests will help you evaluate your state of anxiety. One such anxiety test is given below. Check the following questions and answer them honestly. Such an anxiety test is simple and even be taken online.

Below are some of the questions for judging your anxiety. You need to answer them in Yes or No.

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1. Do you have negative feelings and worry about things constantly all the time?
2. Are you affected by breathlessness, heart palpitations or  excessive sweating?
3. Do you have a fear of death or a fear of going crazy all the times?
4. Do you remain tense if you have to attend social gatherings?
5. Do you have an escapist attitude from tense situations?
6. Do you fear talking to strangers or leaving your home?
7. Do you carry out certain tasks repeatedly and unknowingly?
8. Does any distressing incident from the past affect you permanently?

If your answer to most of the questions is in the affirmative, you are certainly suffering from anxiety disorder. There are also certain online anxiety tests that give you a tailored explanation of your performance including diagrams so that you will be able to judge your state of anxiety and take necessary action.