Online Anxiety Test

Do I have Anxiety?
Take Our Free Online Anxiety Test

Thank you for pursuing better mental health! Our online anxiety test consists of 20 statements and should take you 5 to 10 minutes to complete.


Please answer each statement carefully and choose one correlating statement that best describes the way you've been feeling over the last one month. This online anxiety test is a screening measure that can help you determine whether you might have an anxiety disorder that requires professional help.

Be honest for the most accurate results.

It’s important to note: These results are not a diagnosis and this quiz is not a diagnostic tool. However, you may benefit from a consultation with a licensed mental health professional if you are experiencing difficulties in daily life. Mental health disorders should only be diagnosed by a licensed mental health professional.

Too often people stop short of seeking help due to fears that their concerns are not severe enough to warrant professional help. We urge you to reach out to a licensed professional after taking our online anxiety test.

If you are in need of immediate assistance, please dial 911 or the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline at 1 (800) 273-8255

Please choose the extent you've experienced each of the following symptoms of anxiety over the past month (including today):

Feelings of nervousness
Sweating more than usual
Feelings of nausea
Feelings of losing control
Shaking or Trembling
Feeling like the worst will happen
Heart pounding or racing
Shortness of breath or difficulty breathing
Feelings of being afraid or scared
Feelings of dizziness or unsteadiness
Feelings of numbness or tingling
Chills or hot sweats
Fear of dying
Feelings of constant worry
Feeling lightheaded or faint
Feelings of choking
Feeling unsteady
Having difficulty sleeping
Feeling irritable
Hands that tremble

Thank you for taking our anxiety test! Below is a little bit more information about this disorder as well as links to mental health professionals who can help you.

What is Anxiety?

Anxiety by itself is not a disorder. It's perfectly normal to feel uneasy or unsettled when something unwelcome or uncertain is about to happen. Anxiety can help you protect yourself against immediate threats of violence.

Anxiety can quickly turn from a motivator to a heavy weight when the physical symptoms start acting out of the norm.

What is an Anxiety Disorder?

Anxiety disorders, according to the World Health Organization, are one of the most common mental disorders, with 1 in 13 people suffering from them.

Anxiety disorders refer to a category of psychiatric conditions that often involve extreme fear or worry. Here are six of the most common types of anxiety:

  1. Generalized Anxiety Disorder
  2. Panic Disorder
  3. Agoraphobia
  4. Phobias
  5. Separation Anxiety
  6. Social Anxiety Disorder

DSM-5 Diagnostic Criteria for Generalized Anxiety Disorder (GAD)

The Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders (DSM), or DSM-5, outlines that 3.1%, or 6.8 million adults in the United States have generalized anxiety disorder. When assessing for generalized anxiety disorder, medical professionals are looking for the following criteria outlined by DSM-5:

  1. The presence of excessive anxiety and worry about a variety of topics, events, or activities. Worry occurs more often than not for at least six months and is clearly excessive.
  2. The worry is experienced as very challenging to control. The worry in both adults and children may easily shift from one topic to another.
  3. The anxiety and worry are accompanied by at least three of the following physical or cognitive symptoms (In children, only one of these symptoms is necessary for a diagnosis of GAD):
    1. Tires easily, more fatigued than usual
    2. Being restlessness or edgy
    3. Concentration is impaired or mind goes blank
    4. Irritable
    5. Muscle aches or soreness beyond normal
    6. Restless nights, unsatisfying sleep, or difficulty sleeping

Anxiety Treatment

Anxiety disorders can be treated by proven methods of psychotherapy and sometimes medications. Cognitive behavioral therapy is a common technique for treating anxiety disorders and is well-researched for it's quick and direct success treating this condition.

If you need help, there is hope! Reach out to a mental health professional that treats anxiety.

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