The Depression Test

After taking the depression test you will get all information you need to maintain your depression level. It will accurately let you know whether you have sever depression or normal depression. If yours is sever depression then it will suggest steps for maintaining it. It will find a good way for you to recover as soon as possible.

The depression test consists of 41 questions with yes/no, multiple choice and fill in the blanks. You have to accurately provide answer to each question. After completing all questions please hit Submit and test will automatically measure your depression level.

You will get suggestions automatically and it is open you whether you want to follow them. If you found the depression test helpful then monitor your progress over time. Suggestions will be given to you according according to your score and performance.

1. You feel urge or need to move the legs to stop unpleasant sensations.
 
 

2. You are not sleeping enough and not sleeping well.
 
 

3. Feeling hopelessness
 
 

4. Sometimes becoming overly emotional.
 
 

5. Thinking you should quit.
 
 

6.  You become frozen under pressure and can’t do anything.
 
 

7. Sometimes you forget too much and sometimes it goes normal.
 
 

8. Do you think you have lost concentration.
 
 

9. You have poor judgment.
 
 

10. Seeing only the negative.
 
 

11. You feel Sense of loneliness and isolation.
 
 

12. Do you think your future will be full of unhappiness.
 
 

13. Sometimes you get irregular heartbeat.
 
 

14. You think you have lost sexual urge.
 
 

15. Sometimes you feel so low mood and you stop talking with anyone.
 
 

16. You are using alcohol, cigarettes, or drugs to relax.
 
 

17. You have nervous habits (e.g. nail biting, pacing)
 
 

18. You get oily face often.
 
 

19. Getting jaw clenching
 
 

20. Feeling overloaded or overwhelmed.
 
 

21. Getting back pain often.
 
 

22. Getting Muscle aches and joint pain.
 
 

23. Little interest in appearance, punctuality
 
 

24. Increased number of minor accidents
 
 

25. Lies or excuses to cover up poor work
 
 

26. Excess anxiety, worry, guilt, nervousness
 
 

27. Getting unwanted thoughts and dreadful nightmares.
 
 

28. Finds it very difficult to simply sit or lie still. 
 
 

29. Feeling often irritable, angry, frustrated and impulsive.
 
 

30. Refusing invitations or making up excuses to avoid social contact.
 
 

31. You speak more slowly, move about as if carrying a weight on your shoulders and dragging weights around your ankles.
 
 

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