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What's your level of stress?

Updated: Feb 19

Stress affects the whole body and contributes to all health conditions, and in some situations, it's the primary cause to why someone’s not feeling well.

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Simply go though these symptoms of stress, counting how many you currently or regularly (once a week or more) experience



Muscle tension or pain

Chest pain


Change in sex drive

Stomach upset

Sleep problems

Memory problems

Aches and pains

Nausea, dizziness

Frequent colds



Lack of motivation or focus

Irritability or anger

Sadness or depression

Inability to concentrate

Poor judgment

Seeing only the negative

Anxious or racing thoughts

Constant worrying

Feeling overwhelming


Overeating or under eating

Angry outbursts

Drug or alcohol abuse

Tobacco use

Social withdrawal

Agitation, inability to relax

RESULTS: How many symptoms of stress do you regularly experience?

0-5 Low to periodic stress or your symptoms may be caused by another condition.

6 - 12 Moderate to high stress - stress is likely contributing to your health conditions.

13-27 High to chronic stress - stress is a real problem for you.

If you fall into either the moderate/high or high/chronic stress zones it’s time for you to take steps to reduce stress. In some cases, a person will find a healthful balance just by reducing stress levels.

Refer to the Anxiety and Stress page for guidance on how to reduce stress or contact Hannah at 0474 728 723 to make an appointment.

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