Do You Worry More Than Others? Does Anxiety Keep You On The Hamster Wheel?

Do You Worry More Than Others? Does Anxiety Keep You On The Hamster Wheel?

Do you feel on-edge often?

Do you notice yourself having strong, sudden reactions to things that loved ones do or say?

Do you struggle falling or staying asleep at night due to racing thoughts?

Are you unable to stop unwanted thoughts from entering your mind?

Are you struggling to get things checked off your to-do list because of intrusive thoughts and an inability to focus?

Do you fear losing loved ones due to death, medical illness or a tragic event?

Does your level of worry prevent you from leaving your home?

Do you have a fear of being alone that just won’t go away?

Do you have frequent nightmares related to separation?

Do you experience headaches, stomachaches, bowel issues or nausea that can’t be explained by doctors?

Do you fear having to interact with or perform in front of others?

Do your fears cause you to avoid people, places or things?

Do you suffer from panic attacks (a quick and intense amount of fear that includes physical symptoms such as increased heart rate, sweating, shaking, shortness of breath, fear of “losing it” mentally, feelings of detachment from reality or from yourself, numbness, dizziness, nausea, etc.)?

Do you worry about being in certain settings, such as public transportation, open or closed places, crowds or any place that requires leaving your home?

Do you have persistent thoughts that cause you to do things like check things over and over or wash your hands repeatedly?

Does the thought of entering a social setting with a large number of people scare you?

Have you experienced a new situation within the last few months and now different worries impact your ability to adjust well?

Do you have a strong need to know exactly how things will be before engaging in an activity?

Do you get really upset when things don’t go as planned?

Do you find yourself frequently worrying about the future?

Are your relationships, your job or your schooling impacted by the level of worry you experience?

Do you worry about something specific (ie. traveling by plane, or snakes, etc.) to the point that the fear is intrusive and seems to not match the level of true risk?

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