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The free Stress Health Risk Test predicts the risk of someone developing stress-related symptoms, signs, sickness or ill health in the near-future. It indicates how hard they may have to work to stay healthy and gives advice on dealing with stress and managing stress risk.


Click the button below to take the free Stress Health Risk Test now – it’s quick and easy to complete and you get your results immediately (or continue to find out more):



The Stress Health Risk Test is an educational tool based upon the Schedule of Recent Experience (SRE) by Dr Thomas Holmes and associates at the University of Washington.¹ The Schedule has been updated, reflecting social and other changes, and adapted for interactive use in this version.

With only 42 straightforward basic questions, this free online Stress Health Risk Test is quick and easy to complete. No personal identity questions are asked.

There is no charge for taking this test, or for the accompanying results report. We hope you find this material interesting and of potential benefit to you. Please tell others about us and about this test, thank you.

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Background to the Stress Health Risk Test

Dr Holmes, and his research associates at the University of Washington, discovered that people are more likely to develop stress-related sickness, illnesses, or clinical symptoms and signs of ill health, following a period in which they have had to adapt to many potentially stressful life events.

Designed to increase awareness of these life events and their potential impact on health, the Stress Health Risk Test, and the Schedule of Recent Experience¹ on which it is based, may help individuals to take steps to reduce or manage stress and its potentially negative effects on health and well-being.

The test works by measuring the self reported frequency of exposure an individual has had to certain potentially stressful life events over a period of time. The higher the test score, the greater the risk of developing stress-related symptoms, signs, sickness or ill health in the near-future.

Your free results report is generated once you complete the test. The report will include your test score, an accompanying narrative (which includes recommendations for dealing with stress and managing stress risk), and a record of all the test item questions asked, together with your responses to them. Your responses, test score and report content do not identify you as an individual.

It is advised that you use this standardized test as an educational tool and rough predictor of your stress-related ill health risk because individuals vary, from one another, or within themselves over time, in their perception concerning a given life event, as well as in their ability to deal with, or adapt to change.

Further, it is advised most strongly that you consult with a suitably qualified and experienced professional, should you be concerned about your test results and/or before deciding upon or embarking upon any course of action.

You may bookmark, print or save your report. You are welcome to take this test again in the future.



 

Recommended Reading

There exists an absolute wealth of material on the topic of stress and its relationship with healthy living and stress health risk outcomes.

There are three titles I would recommend if you are interested in addressing stress, health and well-being, that I think many readers may enjoy or benefit from:

The Relaxation and Stress Reduction Workbook, The Anxiety and Phobia Workbook and The Self-Esteem Workbook are all good publications which have been very well received.

(These links take you to Amazon.com where they also have them as a download to start reading straight away on the Regular Kindle, Kindle Fire Color or free Kindle App)

The use of a professional advisor may be of benefit to some also – just ensure they are suitably qualified and experienced to address specific needs.

Peter Gerstmann, Consultant Psychologist

Peter is the Principal of PGA Group Consulting Psychologists - www.pgagroup.com (Real Tests Online .com Publisher).

Find out more about PGA Group and about Peter Gerstmann there.

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Notes

There is no charge for taking this Stress Health Risk Test, or for the report. We hope you find this material interesting and of potential benefit to you.

The report includes the test score based on the given responses to the Stress Health Risk Test question items and a narrative interpretation regarding this score. The responses to the test questions, score and report content do not identify the respondent as an individual.

You may bookmark, print, save or share your report. You are welcome to take this Stress Health Risk Test again in the future. Please tell others about us and about this test, thank you.

Please note that the test results can only be as accurate as the quality of the responses made to the test item questions. Therefore, care should be taken when completing the test to be as accurate and honest as possible while responding to the test questions.

It is advised that you use this standardized test and the narrative report as an educational tool and rough predictor of your risk because individuals vary, from one another, or within themselves over time, in their perception concerning a given life event, as well as in their ability to deal with, or adapt to change. The test and report have been designed to illustrate and help with the understanding of the relation between exposure to particular life events and stress health risk.

Further, it is advised most strongly that you consult with a suitably qualified and experienced professional, should you be concerned about your test results and/or before deciding upon or embarking upon any course of action in relation to the test and report content.

¹ The Schedule of Recent Experience is Copyright © 1981 by Thomas H Holmes, MD. The University of Washington Press Edition, 1986. Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences, University of Washington School of Medicine, Seattle, Washington 98185.

We acknowledge and are grateful for the valuable work of Dr Holmes and his associates at the University of Washington.

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