Use our 20 question quiz to determine if you might have symptoms of PTSD. Each question will present a problem that people sometimes have in response to a very stressful experience. Please read each problem carefully and then select an answer choice to indicate how much you have been bothered by that problem in the past month. Please note that this quiz should not be used as a diagnostic tool; PTSD should always be diagnosed by a medical professional. These questions simply may give you an idea of whether you have experienced PTSD symptoms. Contact us to learn more about your results, and we can talk about treatment options that may be right for you.
When you live through a traumatic event, such as a natural disaster, open-shooter situation, or active combat, it’s normal to have some symptoms of anxiety afterward. These symptoms usually subside as time passes. PTSD, on the other hand, might not emerge immediately after a trauma. Instead of lessening with time, your symptoms tend to worsen and can become more disruptive to your ability to function and your overall quality of life.
PTSD was initially diagnosed in military veterans during World War I and World War II due to the horrors of trench warfare. Today, psychiatrists and mental health providers know that anyone can develop PTSD. Research hasn’t revealed why some people get PTSD and others don’t.
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