Dr. Oz's Anxiety Scale

Are you just a worrier, or is your stress a threat to your health? According to Dr. Marla Deibler, there are three levels of anxiety: worry, distress and panic. Add your points up to see where you fall on the scale with this simple test, then find out more about coping here.

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Circle the number that best describes how you feel in each situation. Get a printable copy of this scale here!

If you scored 0 to 4 points: Your anxiety may be minimal or insignificant. Find out more here.

If you scored 5 to 9 points: You are in the first category, worry. Find out more here.

If you scored 10 to 14 points: You are in the second category, distress. Find out more here.

If you scored 15 or more points: You are in the third category, panic. Find out more here.

Article written by Marla W. Deibler, Psy.D.
Executive Director, Licensed Clinical PsychologistThe Center for Emotional Health of Greater Philadelphia, LLC