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

Your answers to the assessment indicate that you have few or no symptoms of anxiety disorder. Remember that a little anxiety in everyday life is normal and is a good thing. It’s part of the body’s “fight-or-flight” response, which helps us to act quickly when facing uncertainty or danger. However, if you are concerned about your emotional health, we encourage you to speak with your doctor.

Your answers suggest that you may be experiencing some mild symptoms of anxiety disorder. Most people experience fleeting anxiety feelings from time to time in their lives -- this is normal and expected.

If, however, you are experiencing anxiety symptoms strongly enough that they are interfering with your daily life functioning, we would like to encourage you to speak with your doctor or schedule an appointment with a mental health professional. Your health provider will discuss your symptoms and options for dealing with them.

Based upon your responses to this anxiety screening measure, it appears that you may be suffering from moderate anxiety. Most people experience feelings of anxiety from time to time but when these feelings begin to interfere with your life it is important to discuss them with your health provider. We would like to encourage you to talk to your doctor or a mental health professional. Anxiety is very treatable. You deserve to feel like yourself again.

Based upon your responses to this anxiety screening measure, it appears that you are suffering from severe anxiety. This is a diagnosable and treatable health disorder. We encourage you to talk to your doctor or schedule an appointment with a mental health professional as soon as possible. When feelings of anxiety interfere with your life, it is important to seek treatment. You deserve to feel like yourself again.

Please select any one response

Question 1 of 7

Feeling nervous, anxious, or on edge





Question 2 of 7

Not being able to stop or control worrying





Question 3 of 7

Worrying too much about different things





Question 4 of 7

Trouble relaxing





Question 5 of 7

Being so restless that it's hard to sit still





Question 6 of 7

Becoming easily annoyed or irritable





Question 7 of 7

Feeling afraid as if something awful might happen





This assessment is not designed to provide a comprehensive assessment or diagnosis of anxiety. Only a qualified physician or mental health provider can provide a complete assessment and diagnosis of anxiety.

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If you are experiencing feelings about possibly harming yourself, or someone else, please call your doctor or therapist or go directly to an urgent care facility. It is important to get the help you need. Or if you need to speak with someone now, you can also call either: - the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline at 1-800-273-TALK (1-800-273-8255) or - the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services hotline 1-800-662-HELP (4357) These resources are free, completely confidential and available 24-hours-a-day, 365-days-a-year. This assessment is not designed to provide a comprehensive assessment or diagnosis of anxiety. Only a qualified physician or mental health provider can provide a complete assessment and diagnosis of anxiety.