Mental health anxiety levels

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Mental health anxiety levels
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  1. May have heightened perceptual field
    Mild
  2. is alert and can see, hear, and grasp what is happening in the environment
    Mild
  3. Can identify things that are disturbing and are producing anxiety
    Mild
  4. Able to work effectively toward a goal and examine alternatives
    Mild
  5. slight dsicomfort
    mild
  6. attenton-seeking behaviors
    mild
  7. restlessness
    mild
  8. irritability an impatience
    Mild
  9. Mild tension-releiving behavior (foot, finger taping, lip chewing, fidgeting.)
    Mild
  10. has narrow perceptual filed; grasps less of what is going on
    Moderate
  11. can attend to more if pointed out by another (selective inattention)
    Moderate
  12. able to solve problems but not at optimal ability
    moderate
  13. benefits from guidance of others
    moderate
  14. voice tremors
    moderate
  15. change in voice pitch
    moderate
  16. difficutly concencrating
    moderate
  17. shkiness
    moderate
  18. repetive questioning
    moderate
  19. somatic complaints, (urinary frequency and urgency, headache, backace, insomnia)
    moderate
  20. increased resp rate
    moderate
  21. increased pulse rate
    moderate
  22. increased muscle tension
    moderate
  23. more extreme tension-releiving behavior (pacing, banging of hands on table)
    moderate
  24. has greatly reduce perceptual field
    severe
  25. focuses on detials or one specific detail
    severe
  26. completely absorbed with self
    sever
  27. may not be able to attend to events in environment even when pointed out by others
    sever
  28. attention scattered
    severe
  29. unable to see connections between events or details
    severe
  30. has distorted perceptions
    severe
  31. feelings of dread
    severe
  32. ineffective functioning
    severe
  33. confusion
    severe
  34. purposeless activity
    severe
  35. sense of impending doom
    severe
  36. more intense somatic complaints (dizziness, nausea, headache, sleeplessness)
    Severe
  37. Hyperventilation
    severe
  38. tachycardia
    severe
  39. withdrawal
    severe
  40. loud and rapid speech
    severe
  41. threats and demands
    sevre
  42. unable to focuse on the environment
    panic
  43. experiences the utmost state of terror and emotional paralysis; fells he or she "ceases to exist"
    Panic
  44. may have hallucinations or delusions that take the place of realtiy
    panic
  45. may be mute of have extreme psychomotor agitation leading to exhaustion
    panic
  46. shows disorganized or irrational reasoning
    panic
  47. experience of terror
    panic
  48. immobility or severe hyperactivity or flight
    panic
  49. dilated pupils
    panic
  50. unintelligible communication or inability to speak
    panic
  51. severe shakiness
    panick
  52. sleeplessness
    panic
  53. severe withdrawal
    panic
  54. hallucinations or delusions; likely out of touch with reality
    Panic

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