This mental health test analyzes your approach to life in terms of the most common eight mental disorders from depression to paranoid or OCD. Discover more on this subject and read an example result below the form.
How does this mental health test work?
This is a personal assessment designed to your personality and whether your behavior shows in any way connection to the eight of the most important mental disorders.
The mental health test takes in account behavioral changes and mental symptoms from depression disorder, anxiety disorder, bipolar disorder, PTSD, OCD, dissociative or paranoid disorder and tries to bring together all these systems and then quantify them separately to retrieve you with a percentage for each of them as deducted from your choices. There are eight sections to go through, each with short statements that you need to analyze whether you’ve experienced or not.
Presence of depression related symptoms: 37.50%
Presence of anxiety related symptoms: 25.00%
Presence of bipolar related symptoms: 37.50%
Presence of PTSD related symptoms: 25.00%
Presence of OCD related symptoms: 37.50%
Presence of antisocial related symptoms: 12.50%
Presence of dissociative personality related symptoms: 62.50%
Presence of paranoid related symptoms: 12.50%
0 - 13% - No significant symptoms of the disorder.
14 - 38% - Mild presence of personality disorder symptoms.
39 - 63% - Moderate presence of said disorder symptoms.
64 - 82% - Moderate to high personality disorder symptoms.
83 - 100% - Severe presence of disorder symptoms.
In the following table you will find the eight mental illnesses that the above test focuses on, each of them being followed by some characteristic and the main symptoms.
|Disorder||Characteristics & symptoms|
|Depression||Long periods of sadness, low confidence and loss of interest in activities usually enjoyed.|
|Insomnia, delusions, melancholia, sudden mood swings|
|Anxiety||Feelings of anxiety, fear over long tear, worrying excessively|
|Trembling, panic, rapid heart beat, insomnia, flashbacks|
|Bipolar||Manic depressive illness, elevated mood episodes followed by depression|
|Wild mood swings, mania, rapid thought, low self esteem, low confidence, loss of interest, sleep disturbances|
|Post traumatic stress||Following a traumatic event, develops as a coping mechanism|
|Flashbacks, distress, headaches, substance abuse, avoidance, irritability, fear|
|Obsessive-compulsive||A type of anxiety disorder characterized by intrusive thoughts that cause people feelings of fear, apprehension or worry.|
|Obsessive thoughts or thinking patterns, depression, coping with compulsions|
|Antisocial personality||Intense stress in front of different social situations or being around people.|
|Difficulty interacting with others, low self esteem, avoidance, harming or risk seeking behavior|
|Dissociative personality||The existence of two or more alternative identities that switch and take over the patient’s life. The person’s identity is fragmented in different personalities that can be completely opposite.|
|Paranoid personality||Patterns of distrust and suspiciousness for no apparent reason, deceit, exploitation or harmful behavior|
|Preoccupied, doubtful attitude towards everyone around, recurrent episodes of suspicion and trust issues.|