This mental disorder test checks if you ever suffered or if you currently suffer from any of the most common mental illness symptoms. Below the form you can read more on the subject of mental conditions and discover an example message.

Instruction: Please answer all the questions in the four sections below!

Section 1 of 4


Are there many things in your life that make you feel sad with no particular reason?


When you see others achieving things in life (personal or professional) do you often feel extremely down because it worries that you can't be as successful as they are?


Is it really difficult for you to get focused on something important, so that you struggle not to lose your concentration?


Do you often feel confused by your role, target or scope in life?


Do you often experience extreme mood changes from highs to lows or the reverse, so mush so that it depletes you?


Did you quit any socializing groups you were part of or do you feel comfortable staying withdrawer from friends, family or any activities?

Section 2 of 4


Do you constantly feel tired, exhausted or at the end of your internal resources?


Do you frequently experience sleeping problems such as: problems falling asleep, nightmares or oversleeping?


Did you experience hallucinations or paranoia?


Do you often suffer from disillusions because you thought things were going in the opposite direction?


Do your daily problems stress you so much that you would prefer to stay away all of your life, just to avoid them?


Do you have difficulties understanding people around you on what are they saying or how they feel or live?

Section 3 of 4


Do you have any vices that negatively influences your life, (you know about that but you believe you can't get rid of them because they are still a sort of solution to your live problems)?


Did your sexual intercourse behavior change so that you have problems in your marriage or relationship?


Did your change in eating habits cause visible weight gain or lose?


Do you often experience moments of extreme anger for things that are not that important?


Do you have a violent behavior when being angry because you can't control yourself?


Does if often happen that you to think you can not manage your life as other do with theirs?

Section 4 of 4


Does if often happen to you to think of suicide as a solution for you?


Are there many things you fear and that you know they prevent you evolving in your personal or professional life?


Are you afraid to speak about your feelings to other people?


Do you often feel that you have no sense in your life no matter how hard you try?


Do you often experience episodes when you start talking to yourself out loud?


Do you often resort to thoughtless gestures that make you feel bad afterwards, just because you act extremely impulsive?

Disclaimer: Please note that only a licensed medical professional has the authority to officially diagnose an individual with Mental Disorder. This test should NOT be considered a substitute for any professional mental health service.

How does this mental disorder test work?

This is a short personality test designed to help you find out if you experience mental disorder symptoms. The test comprises of four sections each having short personality questions that cover the most significant signs a person suffering from mental illness feels.

Based on the answers provided, the mental disorder test counts how many of the symptoms were chosen then it sums their significance in order to display a percentage of the presence of mental disorder together with a short description of the level encountered.

You should note that the above test is NOT to be considered a substitute for any professional medical/mental health service.

Example message

Presence of mental disorder symptoms: 7.19% - No mental disorder

Based on the answers you provided it is unlikely that you undergo any relevant mental disorder symptoms that affect you. However if you are worried about certain emotional, behavioral or interpersonal reactions or any similar mental disorder symptoms or if you consider necessary you may search a professional assessment of your mental health.

What are mental disorders?

This term refers to mental health and defines the set of anomalies that cause and influence an individual in the way they act, feel, think and live their life. Mental disorder affects the quality of life and relationships in a negative way. Beside the term disorder there is the term mental illness that is more commonly used.

According to the DSM-IV definition, these are psychological syndromes that follow patterns which occur in individuals and that cause distress and disabilities. The individual doesn’t exhibit a normal considered behavior in usual cases where normal responses are required.


There are various risk factors involved in the development of mental conditions and for most, there is still to be studied the exact evolution, however, here are the main factors to be taken in consideration:

  • Genetic inheritance – there is a certain predisposition or propensity to develop neuroticism disorders in individuals with a family history of mental illness.
  • Biological imbalances – chemical imbalances in the brain or an improper function of neurotransmitter systems are also to be involved.
  • Traumatic events
  • Environmental influences
  • Social influences
  • Substance abuse

Most common mental disorders

There are various categories that list and include the many types of mental illnesses, here are the main groups.

  • Anxiety

- Fear and worry patterns that interfere with normal activities

- Phobias, generalized anxiety, social anxiety, panic, anxious

- Obsessive compulsive, post traumatic stress disorder

  • Emotional/Mood

- Affective patterns with intense mood swings, prolonged sadness, melancholia or mania episodes

- Depression, bipolar, mania

  • Personality

- Disordered personality patterns with a lack of adaptation

- Asparanoid, schizoid, schizotypal

- Antisocial, histrionic, narcissistic, borderline

  • Distorted perception/ Psychotic

- Abnormal belief patterns with delusions or hallucinations

- Schizophrenia, delusional, schizotypy, paranoid

  • Sleep

- Impaired sleeping patterns

- Insomnia, sleep walking

  • Eating

- Distorted perceptions about food and own body image

- Anorexia nervosa, bulimia, binge eating


Diagnosis services are provided first hand in community support centers or general practitioners and then in psychiatric hospitals. Routine diagnostic techniques include interviews that are called mental status examinations where the patient describes their behavior, feelings and what symptoms they have experienced.

Assessments by observation or survey are done by psychologists and psychiatrists. Psychological testing on the other hand might include designed test, computerized assessments and in some cases neuroimaging tests.

02 Apr, 2015