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A Free Stress Test

Here's your free stress test*.  Use this to assess your symptoms of stress.

It is a checklist. It's made to be easy, simple and effective.

You can use it to identify how much discomfort your stress symptoms cause you.

You can also use it to give you a clearer picture of which symptoms you have right now.

Knowledge is power.  Become more aware and empower yourself.

A few steps to take for holistic relief and stress reduction

  • Take the test below.
  • Choose stress relief techniques that work for you.
  • Master them.
  • Log your practice of mastering the stress relief tips on a calendar. See your progress. This tends to help people. Get a free calendar here.
  • Re-assess yourself again. Maybe that's after 1, 2 or 3 weeks. It's up to you.
  • Take out your stress test and fill in the third column.
  • Repeat this as you need to.

Here's the test:

Download the modified copy here

Download the original copy written by Davis, Eshelman and McKay here

Soon you can download a free calendar to log your progress.

*This stress symptoms checklist is a modified original excerpted from The Relaxation and Stress Reduction Workbook (fourth edition) by: M. Davis, E.R. Eshelman, and M. McKay (1998). Oakland, CA: New Harbinger Publications. Copyright 1995 by New Harbinger Publications, Inc. Both the modified version and the original are found on this page.

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