Dr Oz: Anxiety Test & Anxiety Solutions with Dr. Marla Deibler & Dr. Mike Dow
Dr Oz anxiety stress test, plus Dr. Oz’s anxiety remedy for stress today. Do you have so much stress that it’s putting your anxiety into overload. New studies have shown that multi tasking is now added to the list and a cause for anxiety. Between juggling the home, kids and career you in anxiety overload.
Anxiety overload can raise your blood pressure, weaken the immune system and put you at risk for diabetes, heart attack and stroke. Dr Oz has an anxiety test to see where you fall on the scale and what you can do about it.
According to Dr. Marla Deibler, there are three levels of anxiety: worry, distress and panic.
Dr Oz Anxiety Scale Test
There are 7 questions on the Dr. Oz anxiety Test – In the last two weeks:
1. How often have you been feeling nervous, anxious or on edge
2. How often have you not been able to stop or control worrying
3. How often have you been worrying about many different things
4. How often have you had trouble relaxing
5. How often have you been so restless that it’s hard to sit still
6. How often have you become easily annoyed or irritable
7. How often have you felt afraid, for no reason, as if something awful might happen
Next, add up your points up to see where you fall on the scale with this anxiety test.
If you scored 0 to 4 points: Your anxiety may be minimal or insignificant.
If you scored 5 to 9 points: You are in the first category, worry.
If you scored 10 to 14 points: You are in the second category, distress.
If you scored 15 or more points: You are in the third category, severe.
Now, add up your points up to see where you fall on the scale with this simple test.
Are you a worrier or are you heading for a full blown panic attack?
If your score is between 0 and 4 in the Dr. Oz anxiety test, you fall in the minimal/non-significant range. These individuals are likely to experience some anxiety from time to time, but do not find anxiety to be problematic in their daily lives.
A score of 10 or above warrants further assessment and may be indicative of an anxiety disorder.
If you score between 10 and 14 on the Dr. Oz anxiety test, you fall in the moderate range. You may experience increased worry or preoccupation in addition to greater emotional and behavioral responses. Chronic levels of moderate anxiety may also result in symptoms of chronic stress such as headaches, stomach upset, and tense muscles in the neck, back, and shoulders.
If your score 15 or more on the Dr. Oz anxiety test you fall within the severe range. When severe levels of anxiety persist, most or all areas of one’s life may be impacted. It can become difficult to work, relationships with others can become strained, the ability to do everyday tasks becomes difficult, and caring for oneself, one’s home, and one’s family can be a challenge. Some individuals may experience panic attacks, which are short periods of overwhelming, very intense anxiety wherein they feel a sense of impending doom that something horrible is going to happen from which they need to find safety.
Dr Oz: Anxiety Remedy
Next, Dr. Mike Dow joins Dr. Oz on stage to discuss three anti-anxiety solutions and the foods to eat for less stress.
Instead of popping a pill for anxiety try using foods. These foods release the same neurotransmitters as prescription medications.
Anti Anxiety Solutions – Foods For Anxiety:
Increase Magnesium & Vitamin B6: