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This agoraphobia test is a brief screening scale to identify a probable instance of this anxiety disorder. This online screening tool proves you with a preliminary assessment of your condition.

AGORAPHOBIA TEST


Instructions: Please read the statements listed below. Answer each item that you believe accurately describes your condition in the two weeks 

1. I feel uneasy in public places when there are many people around

2. I feel insecure when I leave my home

3. I’m uncomfortable when I’m alone away from home

4. I feel anxious when I find myself in open spaces

5. When I get anxious I find it difficult to control my anxiety

6. I avoid crowded places

7. I avoid places that might be difficult to escape

8. When I go inside any place I first consider the ways to escape and try to stay as near as possible to the exit

9. Because of my fears I avoid using public transportation

10. My avoidance of fearful places and situations causes restrictions on important aspects of my life (such as traveling, participation in social events and participation in work events)

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The Agoraphobia Test is based on the diagnostic criteria of Agoraphobia. Take the free online Agoraphobia Test to check whether you’ve got this anxiety disorder. If your test result indicates that you might have agoraphobia, consult with a qualified mental healthcare professional for final diagnosis and treatment. If you have already been diagnosed with agoraphobia and are undergoing treatment, use agoraphobia self-test once a week to monitor your condition and effectiveness of the treatment.
People, who suffer from agoraphobia, are afraid of specific situation or places like wide-open spaces, crowded places, using public transportation or elevator, going to places where they think that an exit is not easy. The anxiety could reach the extreme extend of panic attack. This mental disorder could deprive you from enjoying such common things like going to cinema, traveling, taking part in parties. In severe cases it could restrict your life to being within strict boundaries in and around your home, and make you volunteer home prisoner.