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If you feel panicky or have panic attacks sometimes, you may suffer from panic disorder. Take this free self-assessment inventory to check yourself for this mental condition.

PANIC DISORDER TEST

Panic disorder self-report scale 
Instructions: Please read the statements listed below. Answer each item that you believe accurately describes your condition in the past month

1. I have sudden fits of anxiety with no obvious reason

2. I experience hot flashes when I am nervous or scared

3. I sweat profusely when I am nervous or scared

4. I tremble for no obvious reason

5. I experience severe palpitations which scare me

6. I can have chest pain or discomfort that feel like I’m on the verge of a heart attack

7. When I’m stressed, I experience of shortness of breath

8. When I’m anxious, It can feel like I’m choking

9. Stressful situations can make me feel nauseous or have unpleasant abdominal sensations

10. I feel dizzy and fear that I’m going to faint

11. When I’m nervous, I have numbness or tingling sensations in my limbs or other parts of my body

12. When I’m anxious, I feel like I’m detached what is happening around me

13. In stressful situations, it can feel as though what is happening is not real

14. I have a fear of losing control or going crazy

15. I get the feeling that I’m going to die soon

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This online Panic Disorder Test - Panic Disorder Self-report Scale (PDSS) is a psychometric scale to evaluate severity of panic disorder symptoms. The PDSS test is based on the diagnostic criteria of panic disorder and interprets the scale results according panic disorder severity. The PDSS is a online screening scale to identify a probable instance of this mental condition. If your test results indicated that you might have panic disorder, please consult with a qualified mental healthcare professional for conformation of the diagnosis and possible treatment. If you have already been diagnosed with panic disorder and are undergoing treatment, use the scale once a week to check severity of panic symptoms for monitor your condition and effectiveness of the treatment.