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🧠 How Do You Know If You Have Anxiety? – Simple Test
I recently did a video entitled, “What Type Of Anxiety Do You Have & How To Fix It”?… I got a lot of great feedback and comments.
However, a common question I received was, “how do I know if I have really have anxiety?”
Which is an excellent question and I probably should have started with this video first… To first see IF you have some form of anxiety or not.
And to get a rough idea, I’ll be asking you 5 simple, “yes or no” questions, that you can do in a minute, which can help give you more insight on whether you may be dealing with some form of anxiety at the moment.
Quick Stats About Anxiety
Some important stats about anxiety…
Statistically speaking, over 75% of the population has felt some form of anxiety.
Globally, 1 in 13 people suffer from anxiety on a regular basis.
In the US, anxiety disorders are the most common form mental illness, affecting over 40 million adults over the age of 18. That’s about 20% of the population.
Anxiety disorders also affect over 25% of teenagers (children between 13 and 18 years old).
Women have almost double the risk of developing an anxiety disorder.
Anxiety and depression are also closely related. A high percentage of people with anxiety, also suffer from bouts of depression.
And I mention these statistics because if you’re dealing with some form of anxiety, please don’t feel badly. You’re not alone.
Please don’t feel ashamed or hopeless.
I want you to know that there are various solutions that can help.
There are natural ways to give you quick relief. So, you don’t have to take harmful, addictive medications.
Different Forms Of Anxiety Disorders
And there are many different forms of anxiety or “anxiety disorders”, such as
Generalized Anxiety Disorder (GAD)
Social Anxiety Disorder (SAD)
Posttraumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD)
Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder (OCD)
Again, these are discussed in more detail in my previous video.
The Simple Quiz
Okay, so let’s get started with the simple quiz. It’s 5, “yes or no” questions. I’ll ask the questions and just remember or make a note on how many times you said “yes”.
So let’s begin…
Do you avoid certain people or situations, especially public places or unfamiliar people?
Do you consider yourself a “worrier”? Do you worry daily or often, especially about things that you have no control over? Especially about past events or your future?
Do you often feel like you’re “stressed out” or “on edge”? Are you short tempered and less tolerant? Does your heart race or have heart palpitations?
Do you become tired or fatigued quickly. Physically or mentally or both? Do your muscles feel tight or tense?
Do you have problems concentrating and focusing?
If you never said yes, then you probably have no anxiety.
If you said “yes”, 1 or 2 times, then you may simply be dealing with extra stress at the moment. Maybe something has recently happened that has caused to worry more than usual.
This is fine and it’s normal.
I’ve realized that about every 3-4 months, something blows up in my life that causes me some extra stress and worry. But, it’s always temporary.
Stress is a part of life. However, it’s HOW you deal with it and the MEANING you give to a “challenging” situation, that dictates the outcome and how you feel.
Your goal should be to focus 90% of your energy on the solution and the 10% on the problem, simply so you LEARN and grow from it, so it doesn’t happen in the future.
However, if you said “yes”, 3 or more times, then you may be suffering from some sort of social anxiety disorder.
You may also be feeling kinda “blah” or maybe even depressed at times.
If this is you, then that’s fine too.
It does NOT mean that you are always going to have anxiety and this is just and how the rest of your life is going to be.
However, the CAUSE of the imbalances is what’s important.
Is it your environment,
lack of exercise,
Change in your hormones due to aging
Lack of cummunication
Stress which causes an increase in stress hormones and hormonal imbalances
Drugs … which can be prescription, or street drugs or even over-the-counter stuff?
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