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What Is Your Stress Score?

Find out your Stress Score by taking our 15 question quiz!

Quiz Questions

  • 1.
    I perceive myself to have a high level of stress.
    • A.
      True
      (1 points)
    • B.
      False
      (0 points)
  • 2.
    I easily feel overwhelmed.
    • A.
      True
      (1 points)
    • B.
      False
      (0 points)
  • 3.
    I have a hard time falling asleep.
    • A.
      True
      (1 points)
    • B.
      False
      (0 points)
  • 4.
    I suffer from anxiety, depression or ADD/ADHD.
    • A.
      True
      (1 points)
    • B.
      False
      (0 points)
  • 5.
    I suffer from heartburn or often get an upset stomach.
    • A.
      True
      (1 points)
    • B.
      False
      (0 points)
  • 6.
    I am overweight.
    • A.
      True
      (1 points)
    • B.
      False
      (0 points)
  • 7.
    My back or joints hurt often or I am constantly in pain.
    • A.
      True
      (1 points)
    • B.
      False
      (0 points)
  • 8.
    I have been told I have high blood pressure.
    • A.
      True
      (1 points)
    • B.
      False
      (0 points)
  • 9.
    I have diabetes or pre-diabetes.
    • A.
      True
      (1 points)
    • B.
      False
      (0 points)
  • 10.
    I can't go more than 1-2 hours without eating.
    • A.
      True
      (1 points)
    • B.
      False
      (0 points)
  • 11.
    I sit for more than 6 hours in a day. 
    • A.
      True
      (1 points)
    • B.
      False
      (0 points)
  • 12.
    I have been diagnosed with an autoimmune disease. 
    • A.
      True
      (1 points)
    • B.
      False
      (0 points)
  • 13.
    I am tired all the time. 
    • A.
      True
      (1 points)
    • B.
      False
      (0 points)
  • 14.
    I struggle with libido problems. 
    • A.
      True
      (1 points)
    • B.
      False
      (0 points)
  • 15.
    I routinely eat sugary foods, drink soda. 
    • A.
      True
      (1 points)
    • B.
      False
      (0 points)

Quiz Outcomes

  • 1.
    0 to 5 points:
    Not bad, but don't stop now...
    You have a few signs of stress but overall are doing ok. We have to remember that feeling "stressed out" is only one of the may ways that stress can manifest in our body. There are two major types of stressors in life, perceived psychological stress and physiological stress. Some stress we feel, others we don't necessarily. This is why a individualized, functional medical approach to stress is so important. Don't worry - there are plenty of ways even you can improve your stress score, starting now. Read my tips below to find out more.
  • 2.
    6 to 10 points:
    Your body is stressed, even if you don't necessarily feel "stressed out." 
    There a multiple factors that are contributing to and perpetuating stress in your system that may be effecting everything from your energy and mood, to your ability to maintain a healthy weight. This level of stress can increase risk of developing chronic disease. We have to remember that feeling "stressed out" is only one of the may ways that stress can manifest in our body. There are two major types of stressors in life, perceived psychological stress and physiological stress. Some stress we feel, others we don't necessarily. This is why a individualized, functional medical approach to stress is so important. In your case, we are seeing manifestations in both realms. Don't worry - there are plenty of ways even you can improve your stress score, starting now. Read my tips below to find out more.
  • 3.
    11 to 15 points:
    Not good!  Stress is significantly impacting your life.
    Your body is under significant stress and it is likely contributing to multiple layers of dysfunction. We have to remember that feeling "stressed out" is only one of the may ways that stress can manifest in our body. There are two major types of stressors in life, perceived psychological stress and physiological stress. Some stress we feel, others we don't necessarily. This is why a individualized, functional medical approach to stress is so important. In your case, a thorough functional medical evaluation would be relevant to better understand the physiological dysfunction that is going on behind the scenes. Don't worry - there are plenty of ways you can improve your stress score, starting right now! Read my tips below to find out more.