What’s Your Hidden Stress Level?

Do you know what your hidden stress level truly is? Take these 10 insightful questions and discover how stressed out you really are! The answers may just shock you!

Question 1/10
In the past week, have you felt overextended?

Question 2/10
How often do you feel as if things are out of your control?

Question 3/10
Do you ever feel like there's not enough time in a day?
I always feel that way
I feel that way sometimes
I only feel that way if I have a deadline

Question 4/10
How often do you vent to a trusted friend or partner?
I vent daily
I vent when I can't take it anymore
I never vent

Question 5/10
What brings you the greatest amount of peace?
Being free from responsibility
Having a day off from work
Getting some alone time

Question 6/10
What's the greatest part of traveling somewhere new?
Escaping your everyday reality
Seeing life from new perspectives
Not having to go to work

Question 7/10
How would others describe your daily mood?

Question 8/10
Do you currently have any children?
Not yet but soon

Question 9/10
What makes you feel fulfilled and happy?
My family and friends
My hobbies
My creative outlets

Question 10/10
When you're stressed it feels...
Like things couldn't get much worse
Like I'm on a rollercoaster
Like I just need a second to breathe
You're hidden stress is at level one. Psychology rates level one as immediate stress. This includes temporary stressors such as work or relationship stress. This kind of stress usually is indicated by an increased heart rate, blood pressure, and nervous stomach.

Level 1- Immediate Stress
Your hidden stress level is at level 2! Psychology rates level 2 stress as continued stress. Continued stress often comes from ongoing issues that have yet to be resolved. You likely feel a lot of pressure, fatigue, and memory loss. Take care of yourself and take life slow!

Level 2- Continued Stress
Your hidden stress level is level 3. Level 3 stress is known as ongoing stress and often stems from stressors that you can't shake. Work, relationships, past events, and even environment can be contributors to ongoing stress. you likely often feel like you're not yourself. You may even have trouble sleeping and fall ill a bit more often! Take care of you and embrace life's journey.

Level 3- Ongoing Stress