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Signs of Anxiety

Signs of an anxiety disorder can differ from person to person. Possible symptoms of anxiousness include:

  • Nervousness or restlessness
  • Feeling tense or on-edge
  • Rapid heart rate
  • Hyperventilation
  • Irritability
  • Trouble falling or staying asleep
  • Difficulty concentrating or focusing
  • Trembling
  • Sweating 
  • Weakness or fatigue
  • Gastrointestinal issues

Panic attacks are another common symptom of these disorders. Panic attacks occur when you have a sudden feeling of overwhelming panic and fear. This can cause a racing heart, trouble breathing, chest pain, and dizziness. Panic attacks typically have a specific trigger and the symptoms eventually pass.

Different types of disorders can cause different symptoms. Common types of anxiousness in these disorders include:

  • Generalized anxiety disorder (GAD), which causes a lasting and out-of-proportion feeling of anxiousness about regular events and activities. Nervousness with this disorder is hard to control and often has physical ramifications. This quiz will identify symptoms of GAD. One place where this may present itself is with test anxiety, where people will experience symptoms while taking tests. Test anxiety can make educational opportunities difficult, or in the professional world test anxiety may pose difficulties for interviews. However, GAD can express itself in any part of life, test anxiety is just one example.  
  • Agoraphobia, which is the fear of places, situations, and events that would be difficult to escape or would make you feel trapped. People with agoraphobia often avoid crowded areas, public transportation, and leaving home in general because it tests their boundaries. 
  • Panic disorder, or PD, which is characterized by frequent panic attacks that inhibit individuals from engaging in daily activities for fear of triggering an attack. 

How is Anxiety Treated?

There are multiple treatment methods available for those who experience symptoms. Patients may opt for a single treatment or a combination of treatments depending on the severity of the anxiousness and their unique needs. 

Some cases may be manageable with self-treatment. While this is generally not sufficient for severe disorders or those that have long-lasting feelings of anxiousness, it may be effective for mild cases.

At-home treatment methods for anxious thoughts and feelings may include:

  • Meditation, yoga, and deep breathing
  • A regular exercise routine
  • Stress management, including scheduled time off from work or school
  • Talking to a friend or loved one
  • The practice of trading negative thoughts for positive ones


Therapy is the most common method of treatment for most mental health conditions. Cognitive behavioral therapy is a type of psychotherapy that can be effective in helping people manage and overcome their symptoms. 

Cognitive behavioral therapy works to identify and alter triggering thoughts and feelings. In cognitive behavioral therapy, or CBT, therapists aim to help patients pinpoint distorted thinking and triggers. Over time, patients can identify when their anxious thoughts are out of proportion to the situation at hand. 


Medications can also help individuals effectively manage their symptoms. While medications can be successfully used for some management, it’s important to avoid dependency. Discuss the potential risks of any new medication with your doctor before taking it.

If you or a loved one are experiencing anxiety symptoms that interfere with daily life, you may be experiencing an anxiety disorder. It's important to note that these disorders are common and treatable.

Grounding Techniques

One great tool to take home with you is the idea of grounding. This will help make you aware of the space that surrounds you in a stressful situation and bring you back to a peaceful reality by engaging your senses. This technique asks you to identify 5 items or objects that you can see, 4 things you can feel, 3 things you can hear, 2 things you can smell, and one thing you can taste. Ideally this will help slow down your mind in a stressful social situation and remind you that you are okay.

With the help of a licensed therapist or counselor, you can empower yourself with techniques to calm your mind and body in triggering situations.

If you are in crisis or want to learn more about mental health, do not hesitate to call the hotlines below:

Reviews for this test

Overall Rating

(17 reviews)


It was easy and user friendly.

QO·Lakewood, United States·May 2021


This test was helpful. It wasn't too lengthy and cut right to the chase.

MN·Fairport, United States·May 2021


It is very easy fast and does not put you through pressure so I really recommend it

GS·Walthamstow, United Kingdom·April 2021


i probably shouldn't completely trust the results of an online test, but i can't deny that i am a very anxious person.

LN·Marietta, United States·August 2020


Really accurate!

RL·Guelph, Canada·May 2020


It was good I know I had anxiety I got diagnosed last month and I took this to see what it said I scored a 16 on this Anxiety quiz

TW·Cannock, United Kingdom·April 2020


You took it multiple times and I got the same answer every time and I felt better talking to my mom about it and she understood so overall five stars

HK·Cranberry Township, United States·January 2020


Along with the depression test I think I agree with the rate I was given as a regularly unhappy person I feel this was just what I needed to help myself show my parents my un-happiness and the help I needed!

JS·Lake Villa, United States·January 2020


Amazing. I went to the doctor, and found out that I actually had anxiety, and I would definitely recommend it

WL·West Bend, United States·December 2019


Actually felt like these questions for made for specifically me.

DK·Hazleton, United States·November 2019


very accurate, and requires quite a bit of self-reflection. I personally recommend you try this, even if you're unsure

QB·Victoria, Canada·November 2019


Yes this was very helpfull because now I know that I have to find help in my problems and try not to run away from them this was very good and the answers for my self arnt very (I have PTSD or may) secure anxiety and I can’t remember about depression but this was very helpful

LA·Chilliwack, Canada·November 2019


I feel that this test is super helpful and I can definitely feel like it’s safe

BL·Hobart, Australia·October 2019


It was good I guess, nothing out of the ordinary. I'm glad they put a therapist that could help with LGBT+ problems, because I myself am lesbian. Have a great day! -Grey

HO·Alexandria, United States·September 2019


GL·Hobart, Australia·September 2019


Pretty good I didn't think I had it until my sister said that I have anxiety and when I took the test she was right

MV·Brisbane, Australia·September 2019


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