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I have found myself getting upset by quite trivial things
I have been aware of dryness of my mouth
I have experienced breathing difficulties
I have tended to overreact to situations
I have felt shakey – like my legs are going to give way
I have found myself getting upset easily
I have found myself getting impatient when I have been delayed in any way
I have experienced sweaty palms or perspiration for no physical reasons
I have felt scared or nervous for no good reason
I have been aware of my heart rate, even when I am not exercising
I have been very irritable
I have been close to panic
I have found it hard to calm down after something has upset me
It has been difficult for me to tolerate interruptions to what I was doing
I have had a sense of nervous tension – like being on edge all the time
I am worried I will panic and make a fool of myself
When answering the following questions please consider how they have applied to you in the last 2-3 weeks.
The above questions may help identify if you are suffering with stress and to what degree. It is not meant to replace a full assessment by a qualified clinician.
This test was adapted from: Lovibond, P. F, & Lovibond, S. H. (1995). “The structure of negative emotional states: Comparison of the Depression Anxiety Stress Scales (DASS) with the Beck Depression and Anxiety Inventories.” Behaviour Research and Therapy, 33, 335-342.
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