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EFFECTIVE DECEMBER 2010


All International Stress Risk Scores (ISRS) will now be generated free of charge as a public service by: TestMyStress.org and your International Stress Management Institute.

 

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QUIZ ACCURACY & DISCLAIMER


This is a preliminary diagnostic tool only and should not in any way substitute from professional medical advice, preferably from your personal physician.

TestMyStress.org provides resources and educational materials for stress-threatened individuals, and does not claim or attempt to treat, cure, or prevent any specific disease or illness.


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International Stress Risk Score


37% of Americans suffer from financial loss, major illnesses or a divorce as a result of excessive stress. You owe it to your loved ones to get your stress risk score right now and so you can make an informed decision to reverse the debilitating effects of stress. Reclaim your life before it's too late!


HOW THE 'STRESS TEST' WORKS


Everyone has a specific threshold for stress, and their average 'breaking points' can be measured using 15 key stress warning signs.


Take the Stress Quiz in Just 90 Seconds TAKE THE STRESS QUIZ - IN JUST 90 SECONDS

Answer the questions below to discover how your stress level compares to the international averages. You'll also learn what (if any) precautions you can take to avoid future complications.

 

1) 

When I am angry about something I:


Detach myself from the situation

Implement positive thinking and visualization techniques (count to 10, etc)

Notice physiological changes in my body (sweaty palms, faster heart rate)

Lash out at others

Lose control and my thoughts and actions are no longer rational


2) 

My cholesterol level is:


Less than 200 mg/dL

200-239 mg/dL

240-255 mg/dL

256+ mg/dL

I don't know


3) 

Each year stress is costing me (in terms of absenteeism, addiction abuse, divorce, excess food consumption, etc.):


<$500

$500 - $1,000

$1,000 - $5,000

$5,000 - $10,000

$10,000+


4) 

Pinching my belly with my index finger and thumb, I can easily pinch (use a ruler):


Less than 1 inch of fat

1 inch of fat

1-2 inches of fat

2-3 inches of fat

3+ inches of fat


5) 

In the average night I get ___ hours of sleep:


<5 hours

5-6 hours

6-7 hours

7-9 hours

9+ hours


6) 

My outstanding credit card balance right now is:


Less than $1,000

$1,000-2,500

$2,500-4,000

$4,000-5,500

$5,500+


7) 

When it comes to my diet, I:


Often eat meals on the go

Skip meals frequently

Eat fast food or take-out several times a week

Strive to make healthy choices most of the time

Eat three well-balanced meals, sitting comfortably, without rushing


8) 

I argue with others (family, spouse, friends, colleagues):


Rarely

Maybe once a month

Probably once a week

More than once a week

Constantly


9) 

How satisfied am I with my job?


Very satisfied

Satisfied but would be happy to change

Iím not satisfied, but it pays the bills

I have daily thoughts of quitting

Iím not at all fulfilled or satisfied with any job Iíve had


10) 

My house-to-earnings percentage is:

STEP 1
Divide your net monthly salary (what you earn after taxes and deductions) by your monthly mortgage or rent payment. Example: $1875 mortgage/$4525 net salary = .41

STEP 2
Multiply the resulting number by 100% Example: .41 x 100% = 41%


Less than 20%

20-25%

26-31%

32-37%

37+%


11) 

At least once per week, I take:


No medications or drugs of any kind

Over-the-counter medicines (for any condition)

Prescription drugs (for any condition)

Over-the-counter and presciption drugs

Other drugs


12) 

Each week, I work:


40 hours or less

41-50 hours

51-60 hours

61-70 hours

71+ hours


13) 

My blood pressure is:


120 systolic/80 diastolic (or lower)

120-140 systolic/80-90 diastolic

140-160 systolic/90-100 diastolic

160-180 systolic/100-120 diastolic

180+ systolic/120+ diastolic


14) 

If I lost my job tomorrow, I could survive on savings alone for:


1 month or less

2 months

3 months

4-6 months

7 or more months


15) 

I commonly relax by:


Taking a warm bath or going for a massage

Exercising or engaging in a hobby

Going on a weekend getaway or vacation

Watching television

Emotional indulgences (junk foods, alcohol, cigarettes, risky sexual activity)