Which one is correct, please

which one is correct? please! and if the both can be used, could you explain to me their usage? thank you very much!
Do you worry about…
Are you worried about…

Hi maserati,

You asked:

Both are fine. There is a difference in emphasis between the two. Do you worry about? is a general question as in:

Do you worry about world poverty?

Are you worried about? refers to a particular and current concern as in:

Are you worried about the drought in Kenya?

Hope this clarifies the distinction.