Depression Test & Anxiety Self-Screener
Lets look at your anxiety level first and then do the depression test they often go together. Some times we just want to put our head in the sand! When you come out I am here to help.
Are you troubled by:
Yes No: Excessive worrying at least 50% of the time?
Yes No: Difficulty controlling your worrying?
Yes No” Persistent worrying for at least 6 months?
If the answer to any of the above questions is YES, then continue to answer the questions below.
Have you been bothered by any of the following for at least 6 months?
Yes No: Restlessness, feeling keyed-up or on edge?
Yes No: Being easily tired?
Yes No: Problems concentrating?
Yes No: Irritability?
Yes No: Muscle tension?
Yes No: Trouble falling asleep or staying asleep, or restless and unsatisfying sleep?
Yes No: Anxiety interfering with your daily life?
If you answered “Yes” to at least 3 of these 6 questions, then it is possible you have An Anxiety Disorder, a treatable medical condition.
Mental Health Depression Test Self-Screener
Yes No: I eat more/less than I used to
Yes No: I have to push myself to do even the simplest of things.
Yes No: I stay to myself a lot.
Yes No: My sleep patterns have changed. (more, less or disrupted).
Yes No: I cry more than I used to.
Yes No: Decisions are more difficult to make lately
Yes No: I’m tired a lot.
If you answered “Yes” to at least 3 of these 6 questions, then it is possible you have depression, a treatable medical condition.
We all need help at times and doing a depression teat is the first step. Reaching out for help is no sign of weakness. Getting support is wisdom. We need to look for professional help as this is an illness and it can be complex to treat.