Trivial matters seem to easily upset me.
I often notice dryness in my mouth.
I sometimes have a hard time breathing despite an absence of illness and despite having not exercised.
I sometimes have a hard time finding motivation to do anything.
I often have a hard time relaxing.
I sometimes feel faint, like I might pass out.
It doesn’t take much to upset me.
I often lose interest in many of my usual activities.
I sometimes feel worthless.
Despite the absence of exercise and high temperatures, I sometimes sweat a noticeable amount.
I experience feelings of fear or dread for seemingly no reason.
I often have difficulty winding down.
I often feel sad, or “down in the dumps.”
I often am extremely irritable.
I often experience or am close to experiencing panic.
Just the thought of a minor change in my routine upsets me.
I sometimes find it difficult to show enthusiasm for anything.
I often have little to no patience for interruptions.
Sometimes my hands tremble.