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How stressed are you?

Stress is part of everyday life and can be beneficial. But high levels over a long period can be seriously bad for our health.

The following test has been created with the British Association for Counselling and Psychotherapy for National Stress Awareness Day. It has been designed to help you spot symptoms of stress and find out how well you are coping with the pressure of everyday life.

Scoring: never - 0,

almost never - 1,

sometimes - 2,

often - 3,

very often - 4.

How often do you find yourself being irritable with friends and family?!

  • Never
  • Almost never
  • Sometimes
  • Often
  • Very often
  • Stress can make some people act out of character, such as becoming overly irritable or losing their sense of humour.

Do you ever have trouble sleeping?

  • Never
  • Almost never
  • Sometimes
  • Often
  • Very often
  •  

    Along with insomnia, people experiencing stress often feel constantly tired.

Do you ever feel like you are unable to control the important events in your life?

  • Never
  • Almost never
  • Sometimes
  • Often
  • Very often
  • Stress can lead people to feel a lack of control. They may also feel unable to cope with situations they are confronted with.

Do you ever feel nauseous without being unwell?

  • Never
  • Almost never
  • Sometimes
  • Often
  • Very often
  •  

    Stress can often cause people to feel sick and nauseous.

How often do you feel uninterested in the things going on around you?

  • Never
  • Almost never
  • Sometimes
  • Often
  • Very often
  • Stress can lead people to be increasingly withdrawn, often leading to social isolation.

Do you ever experience a lack of appetite?

  • Never
  • Almost never
  • Sometimes
  • Often
  • Very often
  • Irregular eating patterns, including loss of appetite and craving food when under pressure, can be symptoms of stress.

How often do you feel unable to make decisions?

  • Never
  • Almost never
  • Sometimes
  • Often
  • Very often
  • Stress can cause people to have difficulty making even basic decisions

How often are you distracted from the task in hand?

  • Never
  • Almost never
  • Sometimes
  • Often
  • Very often
  • A lack of concentration and an inability to finish a task before rushing on to another can be symptoms of stress.

0-16 low stress, 17-24 medium stress, 25-32 high stress

0-16 low stress

Although you are generally coping well, stress can be brought on very suddenly by particular events. It is therefore important that you invest in relationships with those people who will be able to help you through stressful times in the future.

When you feel stressed, the following tips can help to identify and reduce your stress levels:

1) Try to identify the source of your stress.

2) Talk to someone about your problems. Sharing your problems will help to reduce stress.

3) When you are stressed, don't just sit back and hope

it will end - take control of the situation. Feeling like you are not

in control is often what makes people feel most stressed.

4) Make sure you invest in relationships with friends

and family, as these are the people that will be able to help you

through stressful times.

5) Exercise and relaxation techniques may not solve

problems, but they can help put you in the right frame of mind to do so.

17-24 medium stress

The following tips can help you to identify and reduce your stress levels, whilst also preparing you for stressful times that might arise in the future:

1) Try to identify the source of your stress.

2) Talk to someone about your problems. Sharing your problems will help to reduce stress.

3) When you are stressed, don't just sit back and hope it will end - take control of the situation. Feeling like you are not in control is often what makes people feel most stressed.

4) Make sure you invest in relationships with friends and family, as these are the people that will be able to help you through stressful times.

5) Exercise and relaxation techniques may not solve problems, but they can help put you in the right frame of mind to do so.

25-32 high stress

Stress can have a number of causes and often rises and falls in response to particular life events. The following tips will help you to identify, and manage your stress levels:

1) Try to identify the source of your stress.

2) Talk to someone about your problems. Sharing your problems will help to reduce stress.

3) When you are stressed, don't just sit back and hope it will end - take control of the situation. Feeling like you are not in control is often what makes people feel most stressed.

4) Make sure you invest in relationships with friends and family, as these are the people that will be able to help you through stressful times.

5) Exercise and relaxation techniques may not solve problems, but they can help put you in the right frame of mind to do so.