How Stressed Are You?

In today’s fast-paced world, stress affects us all, but understanding its impact is the first step toward managing it. This brief assessment of various aspects of your life, emotions, and coping mechanisms will give you a personalized stress profile.

This tool analyzes your stress levels. People with high-stress levels are at increased risk of mental health problems like depression or even physical conditions like cardiovascular diseases.

Although this tool is not for diagnosis, it may help you determine whether you should seek professional help.


How Stressed Are You?

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1. How often do you find yourself unable to relax, even during your leisure time?

Stress can interfere with daily life, causing depression and even lead to life-threatening illnesses. Prioritize living a worry-free life to keep your physical and mental health. Seek professional help from counselors, therapists, or support groups whenever you feel stressed.


How you answer the questions will determine your score. Your results will appear as one of the following:

  • Not stressed: You’re not stressed at all.
  • Very stressed: You have high-stress levels. Seek professional help.

As with all check-up tools, this tool gives you a place to start. Remember that a higher score does not necessarily mean you’re stress-free. Also, a lower score does not always mean you have chronic stress. Additionally, using this tool is not a substitute for a thorough evaluation by a therapist.

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