Assess Your Stress

Let's see how you're doing - stress-wise

Stress Self-Assessment

The first step in doing something about your stress is to find out how stressed you are right now, by taking a look at your stress-related symptoms. Not surprisingly, if you regularly experience a lot of them,  it’s a good sign that your body's stress response is kicking in more frequently than it should.


As you answer the questions, don’t read too much into them. If your scores indicate that you are highly stressed, know that your body is designed to heal and regenerate.  There are many powerful tools and strategies to bring you into balance so that healing can happen naturally. Whatever you discover about yourself and your symptoms, get excited: You are on a path that will lead you toward better health and a happier, calmer way of living each day.


The good news is that there are many powerful tools and strategies to bring you into balance so that healing can happen naturally. Whatever you discover about yourself and your symptoms, get excited: You are on a path that will lead you toward better health and a happier, calmer way of living each day.

What Do Your Results Mean?


How you scored each of these simple measures may indicate higher stress levels. Stress—and the symptoms it can produce–manifests differently for everyone. Some stressed out people may experience many physical and emotional issues; others just one or two. Some people report feeling very high levels of stress, yet not suffer any symptoms at all. 

But for now, use your assessment scores as a baseline to measure your progress as you use the tools and techniques presented to you. Later on, take the tests again and see if your answers change—you may be pleasantly surprised at the results.

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