Arifa Shareef, Ifra Ghazal, Iqra Shaukat
Objective: To decide the recurrence of anxiety side effects and uneasiness among the clinical graduates of Pakistan to assess emotional wellness among them. Methods: An example size of 250 clinical understudies was remembered for the study. Questionnaire were flowed and sick by understudies of first, second, third, fourth and last year MBBS. DMS IV models was utilized to gauge the degree of despondency and tension among the understudies. Our current research was conducted at Lahore Medical College, Lahore Pakistan, from September 2018 to March 2019, six months in the wake of achieving authorization from the school. The chi-square test was applied with a 5% level of criticalness to decide related variables for tension and misery individually. Results: Anxiety was available in 160 (64%) understudies and sadness in 90 (36%) students. With female preponderance. Age (p=0.014), sex (p=0.015), ordinary examinational methods (p=0.001) and distressing test plan (p=0.001) were altogether connected with misery. Conclusion: One fourth of understudies were found to have tension and melancholy which was related with sexual orientation and expanding age. keywords: Anxiety, depression, DMS IV criteria.