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Anxiety scale

Physical and mental characteristics of anxiety.
0 - Fully Relaxed: no tension, calm, feeling peaceful
1 - Minimal Anxiety: feeling slightly nervousness, more alert or aware
2 - Mild Anxiety: muscle tension, tingling or butterflies in stomach
3- Moderate Anxiety: heart and breathing increase, feeling slightly uncomfortable but still in control
4 - Marked Anxiety: clear muscle tension, increased feelings of being uncomfortable, starting to wonder about staying in control
5- Beginning Panic: heart is starting to race or beat irregularly, dizziness, clear fear of losing control, wanting to escape
6 - Moderate Panic: heart palpitations, difficulty breathing, feeling disoriented
7 to10 - Full Panic Attack: feelings of terror, fear of dying, and increased feelings of moderate panic

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