Anxiety Test Description
Anxiety is a feeling of fear, dread, and uneasiness. It might cause you to sweat, feel restless and tense, and have a rapid heartbeat.
When do you feel anxious?
Anxiety is a feeling of high tension followed by increased heartbeat and numbness. We suffer from anxiety whenever we anticipate future events common example includes, shifting to a new city, feeling before giving exams, when you impend danger.
Students suffer from anxiety when they are stuck in career options and feel nothing is working for them and have existential crises (existential crises are inner conflicts characterized by the impression that life lacks meaning). Students may feel unhappy about coming to a university or become very nervous around people, such as friends and peers. All these are common examples that students go through in daily life.
Is stress similar to anxiety?

Anxiety and stress can both cause major mental and physical health issues. Both are normal responses and emotions, and either one can become unmanageable, requiring professional support. The causes of stress and anxiety are usually different, however. Stress focuses on mainly external pressures on us that we’re finding hard to cope with. When we are stressed, we usually

 know what we’re stressed about, and the symptoms of stress typically disappear after the stressful situation is over.
Anxiety, on the other hand, isn’t always as easy to figure out. Anxiety focuses on worries or fears about things that could threaten us, as well as anxiety about the anxiety itself. Anxiety is a feeling of fear, worry, or unease. While it can occur as a reaction to stress, it can also happen without any obvious trigger.
This test is standardised and reliable in testing anxiety, it has 14 items, and the maximum time it will take to complete the test is 5-8mins. Kindly tick the option of whatever comes first in your mind. It is accessible to any age group.