If you've experienced intense (and sometimes disturbing) moments of fear and worry, you're not alone. In the therapy world, these are referred to as "panic attacks" or "anxiety attacks."
Anxiety attacks and panic attacks are common experiences, but they're generally misunderstood. They're sometimes referred to interchangeably, even though they're different.
So which one are you experiencing? Our "Anxiety Attack vs. Panic Attack Quiz" will help you better grasp the nuances between these two emotional events. We'll provide you with easy-to-understand questions and explanations to help you identify whether you've been experiencing anxiety attacks or panic attacks.
Understanding these distinctions can be a crucial step towards managing your anxiety and seeking appropriate support.
Friendly reminder: this quiz isn’t intended to make assumptions or judgments about another person’s background, personality, or mental health. In other words, we can’t armchair diagnose you with anything. Our goal is to give you this tool to better understand your current situation and the opportunity to seek help if you want it.
Who is this quiz for?
This quiz is designed for people who want to assess if they're exhibiting signs of panic attacks or anxiety attacks.
How accurate is this quiz?
At Best Therapists, we believe that online mental health quizzes can be an excellent first step towards improving our mental health. Quizzes like this one can educate you and provide opportunities for self-reflection, but note that they are not a substitute for professional assessments and diagnoses.
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