Symptoms of Generalised Anxiety Disorder (GAD)

Individuals with generalised anxiety disorder (GAD) constantly feel worried or distressed and have difficulty controlling these feelings.

The severity, frequency, or duration of the worries is greater than the situation warrants.

Worries are general in nature, include many topics, and often shift from one topic to another over time.

Common worries include work and family responsibilities, money, health, safety, car repairs, and chores.