With the anxiety, do you have these problems?
Excessive hair growth.
Round face and puffy eyes.
Skin reddens, thins, and has stretch marks.
High blood pressure.
Do you have anxiety only at these times?
When you donâ€™t eat or when you do too much physically, especially if you are a diabetic.
During the 2 weeks before your menstrual period, if you are female.
Do you get anxiety only after taking an over-the-counter or prescribed medicine or after withdrawing from medication, nicotine, alcohol, or drugs?
Does anxiety keep you from doing the things you need and like to do every day?
Have you had any of these problems?
Panic attacks and you have had fears of getting another one for 1 month or longer.
Worry about what would happen with another panic attack.
A change in what you do related to panic attacks. You avoid places, are not able to leave the house, or are afraid to be left alone.
Do any of the following keep you from doing daily activities?
You check something over and over again, such as seeing if youâ€™ve locked the door, even though it is locked.
Repeated, unwanted thoughts, such as worrying you could harm someone.
Repeated, senseless acts, such as washing your hands over and over again.