GAD Test (Generalized Anxiety Disorder)

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Use this GAD test to help determine if you have the symptoms of Generalized Anxiety Disorder (GAD) and whether you should seek a diagnosis or treatment of Generalized Anxiety Disorder from a qualified doctor or mental health professional.

1. Do you worry continually almost every day about both big and small problems, situations, events, and/or activities?
2. Do you have difficulty controlling your worries or anxieties?
3. Do you have trouble keeping your mind on one thing?
4. Do you feel restless or keyed up or own edge much of the time?
5. Do you have headaches and/or other aches and pains for no apparent reason?
6. Do you feel irritable or easily angered frequently?
7. Do you have difficulty falling or staying asleep?
8. Do you feel tired a lot or are you easily fatigued?
9. Do you sometimes sweat or have hot flashes?
10. Do you sometimes have a lump in your throat when you're worried?
11. Do you sometimes feel like you might throw up when you're worried?
12. Do you feel like you can't concentrate or that your mind goes blank at times?
13. Does your worrying interfere with your normal routines, work or school, and/or social activities?