Support Groups

Test for Anxiety


There is no real accurate test for Depression or Bipolar or Anxiety disorders. If you notice you have some of these symptoms & behaviors, seek out competent medical advice. You must be evaluated by an “experience & qualified” doctor, and you must agree to the diagnosis. Most “medical doctors” have no mental health experience, or only 4-8 hours of training. And even professional’s can get it wrong for a variety of reasons. Going to support meetings (Dbsa / Nami) where people openly talk about their mental illness, can go a long way in helping you decide.

  • Problems concentrating.
  • Irritability.
  • Muscle tension.
  • Trouble falling or staying asleep, or restless and unsatisfying sleep.
  • Your anxiety interfering with your daily life.
  • Have you experienced changes in sleeping or eating habits.
  • Worthless or guilty?
  • Do you worry continually almost every day about both big and small problems, situations, events, and/or activities?
  • Do you have difficulty controlling your worries or anxieties?
  • Do you have trouble keeping your mind on one thing?
  • Unreasonable worry about events or activities, such as work, school, or your health.
  • The inability to control the worry.
  • Restlessness, feeling keyed-up, or on edge.
  • Being easily tired.
  • Do you feel restless or keyed up or own edge much of the time?
  • Do you have headaches and/or other aches and pains for no apparent reason?
  • Do you feel tired a lot or are you easily fatigued?
  • Do you sometimes sweat or have hot flashes?
  • Do you sometimes have a lump in your throat when you’re worried?
  • Do you sometimes feel like you might throw up when you’re worried?
  • Do you feel like you can’t concentrate or that your mind goes blank at times?
  • Does your worrying interfere with your normal routines, work or school, and/or social activities?
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