Experiencing some level of anxiety is a normal part of life. In fact, anxiety is a very normal response to stressful situations and unexpected events. However, when symptoms of anxiety become too intense and begin to interfere with your life, they could be signs of an anxiety disorder. But how to tell when your levels of anxiety become too troublesome? At some point, you might be looking for an answer to “Do I have an anxiety disorder?”.
Anxiety disorders affect nearly 1 in 5 adults in the United States with women being more than twice as likely as men to get an anxiety disorder in their lifetime. Anxiety disorders may run in families or be caused by traumatic events and hormonal changes.
Anxiety is a complicated mental health problem with various types of anxiety disorders, causes, signs and symptoms. Therefore, it is important to provide personalized treatment on a case to case basis. It is unlikely for anxiety to go away on its own. On the contrary, when untreated symptoms can become more severe with time. If you are experiencing chronic anxiety that is interfering with your life, it is important to seek professional help as early as possible.
Are you looking to understand how severe your anxiety levels are? Have you asked yourself “Should I be concerned about my mental health” or even “Do I have an anxiety disorder?”. This self-assessment test will help you better understand your current mental health and determine if you have a possible anxiety disorder.
When answering the questions, use the last month of your life as a frame of reference. Be honest with yourself, only then you will receive the correct results of your test.
This test is based on Beck Anxiety Inventory (BAI).
Please note that this test is not meant to provide an official diagnosis of anxiety disorder. If you find that you have a question about your own mental health or that of a loved one, either now or in the future, please discuss this with your physician, healthcare professional, or contact us at Rosglas Recovery where we provide safe, 1-on-1 treatment in complete privacy.