Depression Test

April 4, 2016

Are you depressed? If you are unsure and you want an answer to this question, then you’ve come to the right place. On this page you will find an easy to complete depression test which will take just a few minutes to finish.

A couple of years ago I was depressed and didn’t realize it. My depression test will help you understand if you are indeed depressed and if so, how bad it is. It will also suggest what to do next. It is straightforward and should only take a few minutes of your time so go ahead and diagnose yourself with this simple test in order to take the first step towards recovery! The result of your test is just an indication of how depressed you might be, so get some more advice if you need to.

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Answer the questions with a simple YES or NO. Be honest!

1. Do you wake up early in the morning and find you can’t go back to sleep?

 
 

2. Do you often feel extremely tired without apparent reason?

 
 

3. Do you lack self confidence and doubt yourself?

 
 

4. Do you feel lonely or withdrawn from the world?

 
 

5. Do you feel worthless?

 
 

6. Do you eat too much?

 
 

7. Do you drink too much?

 
 

8. Do you find it difficult to concentrate?

 
 

9. Do you find it difficult to think logically or make decisions?

 
 

10. Are you procrastinating or avoiding doing things?

 
 

11. Have you lost interest in sexual activity?

 
 

12. Are you apathetic and lacking in motivation?

 
 

13. Do you sometimes feel like crying?

 
 

14. Do you see no future for yourself?

 
 

15. Do you feel trapped?

 
 

16. Do you feel you can’t cope?

 
 

17. Do you have trouble sleeping at night?

 
 

18. Do you feel life is not worth living?

 
 

19. Do you suffer from quick mood swings?

 
 

What your Test Results Mean:

Less than 5 – Low level or beginnings of depression

5 to 10 – Moderate level

11 plus – High level depression

Depression can be very serious, so if you score moderate or high depression please see a doctor and consider some of the tools and courses I suggest on the self help courses and tools section of this website because after all’s said and done it’s up to you to heal yourself! I also highly recommend Self Hypnosis, which you can find out more about here.

Keep in Mind:

Just a couple of positive answers to the above questions may not be a problem, but if you answer yes to five or more of the above questions you are almost certainly depressed. Your score will be out of 19 points where 19 would be extreme depression and 0 would be no depression symptoms at all. It is actually quite difficult to score zero as everyone has some form of negative feelings about how life is going, no-one is perfect.

There is a wide range of being depressed from low to high levels. If you answered yes to numbers 16, 18 or 19 you must do something now! Some form of counseling or therapy could be very helpful to you after taking this depression test. Why not consider a wonderful new idea – online counseling?

Please use the results as a springboard to take action. Please use all of the information contained in this website and check out the links for other resources. I have tried to build a resource of helpful information and guidance on this website to help you, but please also consider getting professional help if you are suffering from serious depression. This test can help inform you what to do next. Always remember, depression can be beaten and millions of people like you around the world have done just that.


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The test on this page is a quick and easy first step towards answering a simple question “Am I depressed?” It is very important to answer this question. After you are sure whether or not you are suffering from depression and whether it is slight, moderate or severe in intensity, you will be informed and hopefully able to take the next step in helping yourself to recover from this awful illness.

Depression is a serious business and nobody should tell you otherwise. Even slight depression can lead to more severe symptoms later if not treated or if ignored. There are many reasons why you may choose to ignore it but please don’t. Get help from a doctor initially and maybe from a therapist or counsellor if your life is affected on a daily basis.