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Am I Depressed? Take Our Online Depression Test and Find Out.
Most of us experience ups and downs in mood and energy level. However, if you are consistently feeling down, lifeless, fatigued, empty, irritable, restless, having difficulty concentrating, or experiencing unexplained aches and pains, it might be depression.
You don’t have to be feeling sad to be depressed. In fact, some people experience irritability instead of sadness as a symptom of depression. Our depression test can help you assess your symptoms.
The Depression Quiz Screens for Clinical Depression
While your results cannot confirm a diagnosis of depression, it does indicate the likelihood that you have developed symptoms of clinical depression. It will also specify the severity of your symptoms.
A qualified mental health professional can confirm a depressive disorder diagnosis.
The depression test is not meant to be a diagnosis or the elimination of a diagnosis of depression.
Please note, all fields are required in order to get a result.
Instructions: Please think about your experiences over the last two weeks. Answer each question with regard to how often you have experienced the following:
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Depression can creep up slowly, but if you have been having symptoms of depression for weeks, it could mean depression has developed. If your mood, energy, physical pain, or concentration level is making it hard for you to do routine life and work tasks, depression can be interfering in your life and may need treatment.
If your depression screening indicates that you are experiencing symptoms of depression, we strongly encourage you to reach out for help.
If your feelings are overwhelming or your quiz results indicate severe depression, you may need to seek help immediately. Here are signs you need to seek immediate assistance:
#1. You are contemplating suicide.
#2. These feelings are impairing your ability to function.
#3. You’ve become extremely isolated to the point where there is no one with whom you talk with regularly.
If you believe you are at risk for suicide, dial “911” or go immediately to the nearest hospital Emergency Room for immediate assistance. You can speak to a trained counselor 24/7 by calling the National Suicide Lifeline at 1-800-273-8255.
Follow Up To The Depression Quiz
There is Hope!
Depression is Treatable.
You should not be expected to snap out of it. Depression is a clinical, very real condition that is hindering your ability to feel like your usual self.
If your results indicate you may be suffering from depression, help is available. Depression can be successfully treated with cognitive-behavioral therapy alone or in conjunction with medication depending on the severity of your symptoms. Don’t wait to reach out for help.