How Do You Score On Signs Of Depression?

I have little interest or pleasure in doing things

I feel down, depressed and hopeless

I have trouble falling or staying asleep, or sleeping too much

I feel tired or have little energy

I have a poor appetite or I overeat

I feel bad about myself, or that I am a failure and have let everyone down

I have trouble concentrating on things such as reading or watching TV

People have noticed that I move and/or talk slower/faster than usual

I have thoughts that I would be better off dear or hurting myself

How Do You Score On Signs Of Depression?
Severe level of depression

You Have Severe Symptoms of Depression Severe symptoms of depression can occur because of stressful events, like a loss, or a traumatic event. In these cases, symptoms often naturally resolve with time. However, some people with severe symptoms need professional support. The good news is that people can and do recover from depression. We strongly recommend that you talk to someone regarding how you feel so that treatment can be sought.
Moderate level of depression

You have moderate symptoms of anxiety Moderately severe symptoms of depression occur often when we are dealing with a difficult or traumatic situation/event. It is normal to experience such symptoms for short periods of time. Generally, symptoms resolve over time however, some people with moderately severe symptoms may need to seek professional support. We recommend that you seek assessment and treatment if your symptoms are worrying you or have been around for a long period of time.
Low levels of Depression

You have some mild symptoms of low mood Some of your answers show that your current mood is low. This can be a sign of depression. There are many reasons why people experience low moods including a change in your life that you are finding difficult to adjust to, financial strains, or a relationship problem. Sometimes our mood can be lower that normal for no apparent reason. If you are concerned please speak to a professional who can advise you on the best cause of action.
No signs of Depression

You show no symptoms of depression Based on your answers to this quiz, you have no significant symptoms of low mood. If you are going through a challenging time in your life that you are handling it well. It is important that we continue to look after not only our physical health but our mental health too.

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