Test For Stress: How stressed are you? Find out by taking this 2 minute test

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Stress has become a common thing in today's busy life. Workload, family responsibilities, and financial worries - all these can become major causes of stress.

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In today's busy life, stress has become a common thing. Workload, family responsibilities, and financial worries - all these can become major causes of stress. Stress not only affects our mental health but can also have a bad effect on our physical health.

Excessive stress can lead to serious illnesses like heart disease, high blood pressure, diabetes, and depression. Therefore, we must understand our stress levels and take the necessary steps to reduce it.

You can use several methods to find out your stress level, including consulting a doctor, practicing meditation and yoga, and learning stress control techniques. Below is a simple test that can help you find out how stressed you are in just 2 minutes.

Test

How have you felt during the past 24 hours?

(a) Calm and happy most of the time

(b) Somewhat stressed and worried

(c) Very stressed and upset

How often have you felt angry, irritable, or frustrated in the past 24 hours?

(a) Never

(b) A few times

(c) Many times

How often have you experienced sleep disturbances in the past 24 hours?

(a) Never

(b) Some of the time

(c) Many times

How often have you felt tired or had low energy in the past 24 hours?

(a) Never

(b) A few times

(c) Many times

How often have you experienced difficulty concentrating or making decisions in the past 24 hours?

(a) Never

(b) A few times

(c) Many times

Marking

(a) 1 mark

(b) 2 marks

(c) 3 marks

Result

5 to 8 points: Your stress level is low.

9 to 12 points: Your stress level is medium.

13 to 15 points: Your stress level is high.

If your stress level is medium or high, it is important to talk to your doctor and learn stress control techniques.

Tips to control stress

* Exercise regularly.

* Get enough sleep.

* Eat a healthy diet.

* Practice meditation or yoga.

* Use deep breathing techniques.

* Spend time with your loved ones.

* Enjoy your hobbies.

* Seek professional help if necessary

Disclaimer: Dear reader, thank you for reading this news. This news has been written only to make you aware. We have taken the help of home remedies and general information in writing this. If you read anything related to your health anywhere, then definitely consult a doctor before adopting it.