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Anxiety Control is the activation of the fight-flight reflex in response to physical, emotional, or social threats.

You will be asked a series of questions about your feelings and thoughts over the past week. The questions focus on autonomic nervous system activity (e.g. experiencing a racing heart or sweaty palms in everyday situations), and thoughts of worry or fear.

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What does a high score mean?

People who score high for Anxiety Control are not currently experiencing aspects of anxiety that are difficult to control, such as feeling scared without obvious reason or having worry thoughts that are difficult to ignore.

 

What does a low score mean?

People with low scores for Anxiety Control are experiencing some level of anxiety, such as feeling scared without an obvious reason or having worry thoughts that are difficult to ignore. They may also experience physical anxiety responses such as a racing heart, sweaty palms, trembling or shortness of breath, in situations that would not typically cause these reactions in most people.

Talk to a Therapist that Specializes in Anxiety

 

Anxiety is a serious mental health condition that can severely affect your ability to get through life. If you are experiencing a fear of flying, driving a car, or public speaking, you may suffer from anxiety. Even if some of these situations don’t affect you right now, it’s important to know that anxiety can surface at any time. Anxiety can be debilitating and has a negative effect on your mental and physical health

 

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What You Need to Know About Anxiety

 

Anxiety can be defined as a feeling of uneasiness, worry, or fear. It may also include physical symptoms such as sweating and trembling. Anxiety disorders are mental illnesses that cause excessive feelings of anxiety in the sufferer. There are many different types of anxiety disorder including: generalized anxiety disorder (GAD), panic attacks, Social phobia, obsessive compulsive disorder (OCD), and post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD).

Anxiety Is Widespread

Anxiety disorders are the most common mental health problem in America. They affect more than 40 million people, or about 18 percent of all Americans at some point during their lives. About half of all people with anxiety disorders will have a second diagnosis including depression or substance abuse at some point in their lives. Children who grow up in poverty may be more likely to develop these problems than those from middle-class families. Anxiety can be a symptom of other conditions such as depression and substance abuse, but it is also caused by many factors that may not have anything to do with your mood.

 

Anxiety Is Higher Among Women

The Total Brain Mental Health Index shows that anxiety significantly decreased 20% in women but only 10% in men, whose COVID-related spike was also much smaller to begin with. Just like with stres, women continue to have a higher level of anxiety level than men – compared to February, only women’s anxiety levels remain elevated with 23% more anxiety today than February.

Anxiety is a normal part of life. It can be caused by many things, including:

  • * Being afraid or worried about something that might happen in the future.
  • * Having an unpleasant feeling when you are not sure what it means.
  • * Feeling nervous and tense for no reason at all.
  • * Worrying too much about everyday problems such as money worries, family issues, etc.

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