A recent study has revealed that women are most at risk for developing anxiety (up to 8.7% develop anxiety) when compared to men. The study also revealed that those at increased risk of developing anxiety included young adults (up to 9.1% develop anxiety), people with chronic disease (up to 70% develop anxiety), and people from North America and Western Europe (up to 10.4% develop anxiety).
Those at low risk for developing anxiety included males (women were twice more likely to develop anxiety), people from Asia (only 2.8% develop anxiety), and people from Central and Eastern Europe (up to 3.2% develop anxiety).
So in conclusion, if you have anxiety, you are most likely a woman living in North America or Western Europe. In addition, if you are a young adult or have a chronic disease, then chances are good that you have anxiety as well.
The good news is that anxiety is a medical condition that can be treated successfully. Before getting help for anxiety, take the anxiety test to see how severe your symptoms are, and then to proceed based on the severity of your anxiety symptoms. For more information and help on anxiety, please visit the rest of AnxietyBoss.com.