Do I have anxiety? Take this assessment to find out!

Many of us suffer from anxiety and don’t even realize it!

People on the spiritual path may be particularly susceptible to feeling anxiety, according to a recent study in the U.K. We are more attuned to what is happening in the world and sensitive to other people’s energies. Our capability to feel what others may be experiencing – empathy – is strong. This can cause us unnecessary stress, worry, overwhelm and fear.

A bane of our era is high-functioning anxiety. On the outside, we may look the part of happiness, success, and inner peace. We meet our responsibilities, run a business, care for the kids, have a relationship, or are active socially. But on the inside, we’re feeling tense and anxious all the time. This is high-functioning anxiety, and it can have detrimental effects on our well-being and block us from feeling the calm, confident ease we long for.

Take this assessment to see if you have anxiety – and receive a couple tips of what to do about it.

Reverend Connie L. Habash

Your privacy is assured and respected. Your responses are not stored at the website, only your contact information which you can request us to remove by contacting us.

Answer “Often”, “Sometimes,” or “Rarely” (I don’t believe in Always or Never!) to the following questions:

 

(1 of 28) I have difficulty falling asleep because of all the concerns on my mind.


(2 of 28) I often wake in the middle of the night – especially between 2-6 am – with thoughts running through my head that I can’t stop, and have a hard time falling back to sleep.


(3 of 28) I have high expectations of myself and others – I might be a perfectionist.


(4 of 28) The fact that I sometimes have negative thoughts worries me.


(5 of 28) I find myself becoming impatient, irritated, or snappy.


(6 of 28) I space out or have a hard time thinking, concentrating, or paying attention.


(7 of 28) I believe (or worry) that it’s “unspiritual”, or “bad” to get angry or have “negative” emotions.


(8 of 28) I feel constantly in a rush; there’s too much on my plate and I’m overwhelmed.


(9 of 28) I much prefer to stay in my comfort zone.


(10 of 28) I avoid social situations, especially large crowds. They make me feel nervous.


(11 of 28) I prefer to take charge and control situations. Unpredictability and the unknown are very hard for me to deal with.


(12 of 28) I spend a fair amount of energy worrying about dangers that could arise and trying to make things safe around me and those I love.


(13 of 28) It doesn’t feel safe to be in my body. I spend a lot of time out of my body daydreaming, thinking, imagining, or simply escaping.


(14 of 28) It seems like there’s a lot of things that make me scared, worried, or stressed out.


(15 of 28) It’s difficult for me to deal with strong emotions when they arise. I try to push them away or distract myself.


(16 of 28) I spend more time figuring out how to avoid situations or to say no to invitations than I do choosing things I want to do.


(17 of 28) My body feels tense a lot, especially my forehead, jaw, neck, shoulders, or fists.


(18 of 28) It’s really hard for me to sit still. I feel restless a lot.


(19 of 28) I over-schedule myself because I believe I have to, but then feel overwhelmed. I’m stressed out and exhausted.


(20 of 28) I feel that what I do is never enough.


(21 of 28) I’m very sensitive to other people. I can easily be set off balance by their emotions and energy.


(22 of 28) World events cause me to be fearful and worried.


(23 of 28) I’m worried a lot.


(24 of 28) I feel agitated, like my heart is racing, I’m shaky, and I have to keep moving around.


(25 of 28) It’s hard for me to calm down after I’ve been upset.


(26 of 28) My stomach gets upset a lot.


(27 of 28) I often have digestive issues, like acid reflux, heartburn, loose stools, constipation, or a fluctuation between them.


(28 of 28) I have panic attacks, when I can’t breathe and my heart races.


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