Zung Self-Rating Anxiety Scale

For each statement below, please choose the answer that best describes how often you felt or behaved that way during the past two (2) weeks.
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I feel more nervous and anxious than usual. *





 
I feel afraid for no reason at all. *





 
I get upset easily or feel panicky. *





 
I feel like I’m falling apart and going to pieces. *





 
I feel that everything is all right and nothing bad will happen. *





 
My arms and legs shake and tremble. *





 
I am bothered by headaches, neck and back pain. *





 
I feel weak and get tired easily. *





 
I feel calm and can sit still easily. *





 
I can feel my heart beating fast. *





 
I am bothered by dizzy spells. *





 
I have fainting spells or feel like it. *





 
I can breathe in and out easily. *





 
I get numbness and tingling in my fingers and toes. *





 
I am bothered by stomach aches or indigestion. *





 
I have to empty my bladder often. *





 
My hands are usually dry and warm. *





 
My face gets hot and blushes. *





 
I fall asleep easily and get a good night’s rest. *





 
I have nightmares. *





 
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I understand that the Zung Self-Rating Anxiety Scale (SAS) is a rating instrument NOT designed by The Live Love Laugh Foundation (TLLLF). *

The Zung Self-Rating Anxiety Scale (SAS) was designed by William W. K. Zung M.D, (1929-1992) a professor of Psychiatry from Duke University, to quantify a patient's level of anxiety. The Zung Self-Rating Anxiety Scale is not a professional diagnosis. It's simply a tool like many others designed to get a quick idea of how your anxiety rates. If you feel that you suffer from severe anxiety, then you do, because if the anxiety is severe to you then it has become a serious problem.
     
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20-44: Normal Anxiety Levels
Tension in your daily life is the cause behind it. However consider this kind of anxiety as a positive force in your life – let it motivate you to complete your tasks at hand, yield growth to your personality, enhance your creativity and increase your ability to learning! Your vigilance with increased perception will enable you to accomplish most of the things you set out for.
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45-59: Mild to Moderate Anxiety Levels
At this level, you tend to single-mindedly concentrate on the cause of your anxiety and lose the bigger picture. Although your attention levels might not be as it used to be and your perceptual field is narrowed, you will still able to solve a problem. There is nothing to worry about as this kind of anxiety is still curable with meditation and regular disciplined attitude towards life.
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60-74: Severe Anxiety Levels.
This would be possibly true if you are feeling apprehensive about everything around you that might or might not occur. Solving difficulties may seem impossible and your focus is frayed to the point where it appears to be a huge task to concentrate on anything. You may feel at a loss about how to operate without external assistance as awareness about your surroundings is significantly constricted.
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75-80: Extreme Anxiety Levels
Panic-level of anxiety is the most disruptive and challenging, as it overwhelms your capacity to function normally. You may experience an inability to move or speak, but sometimes the opposite is true. Some people take off running or find it impossible to sit or stay still. Your ability to think rationally will likely be impaired, and your perceptions might be distorted. You might not identify danger or understand your needs in the moment. Extreme life stressors can provoke these types of reactions, such as being victim of a crime or living through a disaster.
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