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- If you have scored between 0 and 16, you have LOW levels of stress.
- If you have scored between 17 and 24, you have MEDIUM levels of stress.
- If you have scored between 25 and 32, you have HIGH levels of stress.
0-16 LOW LEVELS OF STRESS
You are coping well with the day to day pressure you are under.
Although you are generally coping well, stress can be brought on very suddenly by particular events, so it is important to be aware of your moods, reactions and behaviour changing for the worse, as this may be an indication that you are becoming stressed.
Click here to find out more about healthy ways to cope with stress in case you need it in the future.
17-24 MEDIUM LEVELS OF STRESS
You are showing some of the symptoms of stress suggesting that you may not always be coping with the day to day pressure you are under.
Before this stress gets any worse and starts to have an impact on your physical and mental health, it is important to recognise what is making you feel this way and work out ways to cope with it.
Often we “cope” with stress through comfort eating, drinking more or smoking more and these can then have a negative impact on our physical health and risk of cardiovascular illness.
Click here to find out more about healthy ways to cope with stress.
25-32 HIGH LEVELS OF STRESS
You show many of the symptoms of stress suggesting that you may not be coping with the day to day pressure you are under.
Dealing with stress can be hard work, but it is very important. Stress not only affects your mental and emotional health, it can also affect your physical health.
Often we “cope” with stress through comfort eating, drinking more or smoking more. They may all make you feel better in the short term but they actually have a negative impact on your ability to cope with stress. They can also increase your risk of cardiovascular illness.
Prolonged periods of stress may lead to increased blood pressure which can increase your risk of cardiovascular illness. Please visit your GP to get your blood pressure checked.
Please also Click here to find out more about healthy ways to cope with stress.
Please note that this is not a medical assessment. If you are struggling because of how you feel, then your GP is a good place to find out about ways of boosting how you feel emotionally or physically.
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