Sheehan Patient-Rated Anxiety Scale Test

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Sheehan Patient-Rated Anxiety Scale Test
The Sheehan Anxiety Scale is a self-assessment tool that can help you diagnose any type of anxiety disorder. The questions are based on the main reported symptoms for anxiety disorders and panic attacks. This method can help you rate your current mental state and understand how anxious you are! Choose all the symptoms that you have felt within the last week.

Difficulty in getting your breath, smothering or heavy breathing

Choking sensation or lump in the throat

Skipping, racing or pounding of your heart

Chest pain, pressure, or discomfort

Bouts of excessive sweating

Faintness, light-headedness or vertigo

Sensation of rubbery or 'jelly" legs

Feeling off balance or unsteady like you might fall

Nausea or stomach problems

Feeling that things around you are strange, unreal, foggy, or detached from you

Feeling outside or detached from part or all of your body, or a floating feeling

Tingling or numbness in parts of your body

Hot flashes or cold chills

Shaking or trembling

Having a fear that you are dying or that something terrible is about to happen

Feeling you are losing control or going insane

Sudden anxiety attacks with three or more of the symptoms listed above that occur when you are in or about to go into a situation that is likely, from your experience, to bring on an attack

Sudden unexpected anxiety attacks with three or more symptoms listed above that occur with little or no provocation (when you are not in a situation that is likely, from your experience, to bring on an attack

Sudden unexpected spells with only one or two symptoms listed above that occur with little or no provocation (when you are not in a situation that is likely, from your experience, to bring on an attack

Anxiety episodes that build up as you anticipate doing something that is likely, from your experience, to bring on anxiety that is more intense than most people experience in such situations

Avoiding situations because they frighten you

Being dependent on others

Tension and inability to relax

Anxiety, nervousness, restlessness

Spells of increased sensitivity to sound, light, or touch

Attacks of diarrhea

Worrying about your health too much

Feeling tired, weak, and exhausted easily

Headaches or pains in neck or head

Difficulty in falling asleep

Waking in the middle of the night or restless sleep

Unexpected waves of depression occurring with little or no provocation

Emotions and moods going up and down a lot in response to changes around you

Absence of anxiety

You have no symptoms of clinical anxiety. You might feel uncomfortable in some situations, but this state doesn’t last long. Such an anxiety can be related to new conditions of life or changes. You are capable to control yourself and know how to calm down and come back to a normal state. How anxious are your friends? Share this test to find out!

Clinical anxiety

You have prominent symptoms of clinical anxiety. You are often concerned about future events, live in the fear of the present. These feelings might trigger actual physical disorders, like increased heartbeat or loss of sleep. If you’re actually concerned by these symptoms, you should consult an expert to learn more about your mental state! How anxious are your friends? Share this test to find out!

Severe state of anxiety

You have prominent symptoms of severe state of anxiety. Usually the reason of such a mental state is the combination of genetic factors and life conditions. You are often concerned about your future and live in the fear of the present. These feelings might trigger actual physical disorders, like increased heartbeat or loss of sleep. State of anxiety can have a negative impact on your health, that’s why it’s advised to seek professional help. Have anxious your friends are? Share this test to find out!