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Anxiety

Some symptoms of anxiety are restlessness, fatigue, muscle tension, difficulty concentrating, and difficulty falling asleep or staying asleep.  Some people may have feelings of a racing heart, chest pain, and nausea. 


**If you experience chest pain call 911 and go to the ER.  Symptoms of a panic attack and a heart attack can be very similar.  It is important to make sure your chest pain is not caused by your heart. **



The following is a questionaire that we use to grade the severity of a person's anxiety.


Anxiety (GAD-7: Generalized Anxiety Disorder Assessment)

1.  Feeling nervous, anxious or on edge in last 2 weeks?

  • 0) Not at all

  • 1) Several days

  • 2)  More than half the days

  • 3)  Nearly every day

2.  Over the past 2 weeks have you not been able to stop or control worrying?

  • 0) Not at all

  • 1) Several days

  • 2)  More than half the days

  • 3)  Nearly every day

3.  Worrying too much about different things in last 2 weeks?

  • 0) Not at all

  • 1) Several days

  • 2)  More than half the days

  • 3)  Nearly every day

4.  Trouble relaxing in last 2 weeks?

  • 0) Not at all

  • 1) Several days

  • 2)  More than half the days

  • 3)  Nearly every day

5.  Being so restless that it is hard to sit still in last 2 weeks?

  • 0) Not at all

  • 1) Several days

  • 2)  More than half the days

  • 3)  Nearly every day

6.  Becoming easily annoyed or irritable in last 4 weeks?

  • 0) Not at all

  • 1) Several days

  • 2)  More than half the days

  • 3)  Nearly every day

7.  Feeling afraid as if something awful might happen?

  • 0) Not at all

  • 1) Several days

  • 2)  More than half the days

  • 3)  Nearly every day

Add your score from each question

  • 5 = mild anxiety

  • 10 = moderate anxiety

  • 15 or more = severe anxiety

If you are having any of the symptoms from the questionaire, make an appointment and get help for your anxiety.  We can help you treat your anxiety with medications that aren't addictive.   


If you are having thoughts of hurting or killing yourself 

  • Call 911 

  • Call the National Suicide Hotline 800-273-8255

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