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Mental Health

If you think that you are anxious too much about your day to day life, find difficult to control your worries, and your nervousness makes you restless and easily fatigued, you might have generalized anxiety disorder (GAD). Take this online GAD self-test to check for this mental condition.


Instructions: Please read the statements listed below. Answer each item that you believe accurately describes your condition in the past 6 months

1. I worry about the future

2. Any challenge makes me very worried (e.g. I’m very afraid that I will fail when I’m taking exams, qualifying tests, or going through job appraisals)

3. If I’m waiting for someone who is late I fear that something bad has happened to them

4. The extent to which I worry about running out of money disturbs me

5. I worry about possible or current-day health problems conserving me or my family members

6. Minor issues like daily household chores make me sick with worry

7. I try to stop being worried, but I can’t help feeling that way

8. I feel nervous and restless if I expect that anything may go wrong

9. I feel tired

10. If I’m anxious I have difficulties in concentrating

11. I get irritable easily

12. I experience unpleasant body sensations (like muscle tension, stomachache etc.) when I feel anxious

13. I have digestive disturbances (nausea, or diarrhea)

14. My worrying disturbs my sleep (I have difficulty falling or staying asleep or restless sleep)

15. My worrying affects my day to day life

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This online generalized anxiety disorder test is based on the diagnostic criteria of generalized anxiety disorder and covers general anxiety symptoms. The GAD inventory is a free screening scale to identify a probable instance of generalized anxiety disorder (GAD). This  inventory covers general anxiety symptoms. If your test results indicated that you might have GAD, please consult with a qualified mental healthcare professional for confirmation of the diagnosis and possible treatment. If you have already been diagnosed with generalized anxiety disorder and are undergoing treatment, use free GAD scale once a week to monitor your condition and effectiveness of the treatment.