Anxiety is felt in the body. Heart palpitations, tightness in the chest, feeling like throwing up and that gut wrenching experience are all likely symptoms of anxiety. For most of us most of the time, these are normal part of our daily lives. We get by great with these feelings, because we know what the triggers of these feelings are. We are also aware that these bodily reactions are built into our bodies to protect us from potentially life-threatening situations. Some of us even like the adrenaline rush of anxiety so much that we go out of our way to “scare ourselves” by watching horror movies or doing adventure sports. Read more about anxiety symptoms.
This is a test for the description of different types of anxiety and panic disorder symptoms. It is a simple test and not exhaustive.