These questions ask things you may have felt most days within the past six months.
1. Most days I feel very nervous
Yes
No
2. Most days I worry about lots of things
Yes
No
3. Most days I cannot stop worrying
Yes
No
4. Most days my worry is hard to control
Yes
No
5. I feel restless, keyed up or on edge
Yes
No
6. I get tired easily
Yes
No
7. I have trouble concentrating
Yes
No
8. I am easily annoyed or irritated
Yes
No
9. My muscles are tense and tight
Yes
No
10. I have trouble sleeping
Yes
No
11. Did things you noted above affect your daily life (home-life, work, or leisure) or cause you a lot of distress?
Yes
No
12. Were the things you noted above bad enough that you thought about getting help for them?
Yes
No

 

         


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