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Anxiety Quizzes & Trivia

This is one of those trivias to be anxious for, walking back and forth in your room. Get ready because our questions are coming slowly but surely. Our anxiety trivia will question you on one of the unpleasant states in which we find ourselves many times. Manifestations, causes and all important elements of anxiety are included.

Curious about what questions we have in store for you? Let’s take a look. What are the three basic manifestations of anxiety in a person? What are the main causes of social anxiety? What are the basic treatments used to combat anxiety? Which one of these is an effective method when trying to get rid of anxiety? Let’s see how much you know about anxiety after taking our anxiety trivia.
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Take this short quiz to see if your dog may be suffering from seperation anxiety.

Questions: 36  |  Attempts: 6856   |  Last updated: Jul 10, 2020
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    The dog chews on a variety of things, but chewing is often focused on items that smell most like you (or a particular person in your house) such as recently discarded clothes, including underwear or socks, or favorite chairs; and /or escape routes (doors or windows).

 

Questions: 12  |  Attempts: 1160   |  Last updated: Sep 22, 2020
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    I am intelligent and clever. 

This is a multiple choice, multiple response and True/False answer quiz. Avoid memorizing answers as questions on future exams will be worded differently.

Questions: 25  |  Attempts: 2090   |  Last updated: Jan 18, 2013
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    A nurse is having a conversation with a depressed client in an inpatient psychiatric unit. The client says to the nurse, “Things would be so much better for everyone if I just weren’t around.” Which response by the nurse would be appropriate at this time?

This test is designed to assist you in determining if the symptoms you are experiencing are related to panic and anxiety attacks. This test is not to be a diagnosis, treatment or cure for any condition, disorder or disease....

Questions: 13  |  Attempts: 2518   |  Last updated: Nov 17, 2020
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    Have you experience sensations of shortness of breath or a smothering type of feeling during periods of intense fear or emotional discomfort?

Anxiety is a state of pervasive apprehension that may be triggered by specific environmental or personal factors. Many patients with anxiety disorders do not respond completely to initial treatment and prescribers often...

Questions: 34  |  Attempts: 335   |  Last updated: Sep 24, 2018
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    During development, two influences interact to modulate neuronal maturation and determine levels of anxiety. These two influences include: (Check all that apply)
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What is a GABAA receptor?
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What should be the nursing interventions for a hospitalized client with mania who is exhibiting manipulative behavior?
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Which phrases best explains the short action of the drug knowing that the half-life of diazepam is about 40 hours?
Redistribution of the drug from CNS to other tissues-answer: Redistribution of a drug from its site of action into other tissues or sites is a main factor in terminating drug effect primarily when a highly lipid-soluble drug that acts on the bra
Which of the following brain regions was most likely involved in the therapeutic effect of the drug?
Amygdala-answer: b a neurocircuit arising from the output pathways of the central nucleus of amygdala is believed to mediate fear and anxiety responses. therefore amygdala seems the central processing unit for fear and anxiety. buspirone was shown to
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