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Do you want to take our Anxiety / Panic Test?

Panic & Anxiety Test

This test is meant for educational puposes only and in NOT meant to take the place of a Doctor's diagnosis.

If you feel the results of this test signifies a positive result. Then call your Doctor for proper evaluation. We only mean for this to be a guide and NEVER a Diagnosis.

Do you feel any or all of the following?

1. Terror - a sense that something unimaginably horrible is about to happen.

2. Racing or pounding heartbeat.

3. Chest pain.

4. Dizziness, or lightheadedness.

5. Nausea

6. Difficulty breathing.

7. Tingling or numbness in the hands.

8. Flushes or chills.

9. Sense of unreality

10. Fear of losing control, going "crazy" or doing something embarassing.

11. Fear of dieing.

This barrage of symptoms usually lasts several seconds, but may continue for several minutes. The symptoms gradually fade over the course of about an hour. People who have experienced a panic attack can attest tothe extreme discomfort they felt an to their fear that they ahd been strickened wiht some terrible, life - threatening diesease or were "going crazy." It can also be very devastating.

If you feel you suffer from panic attacks, please contact a professional to learn to control them. If gone untreated, panic disoder may progress to a more advanced stage in which the person becomes afraid of being in any place or situation where escape might be difficult or help unavailable in the event of a panic attack. This condition is called agoraphobia.

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